By Hope Patti (Dec. 16, 2021, 8:35 p.m. EST) – The Fourth Circuit on Wednesday upheld a federal court ruling that Church Mutual Insurance Co. does not owe a restoration company money for the work of remediation carried out at a North Carolina church, claiming her requests were submitted too late.
The Fourth Circuit said a company that carried out restoration work on a church damaged by Hurricane Matthew waited too long to file a complaint. (AP Photo / Morry Gash) The court agreed with Church Mutual that the policy limitation period was three years from the date of the loss, rather than the date of the alleged breach of contract as claimed Skyline Restoration Inc ….
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