Tag Archives: Robert Reynolds

Typical Questions Asked During an Examination or Sworn Statement Under Oath of a Disputed Structural or Personal Property Valuation Claim Suspected of Being Inflated, Exaggerated or Made Up

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Robert Reynolds, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the thirteenth of a thirteen part series he is writing on examination under oath). “You know the insurance company is going to cut the estimate in half, so you have to pump it … Continue Reading

The Examination Under Oath is Over: What Now?

"How did I do?" and "What happens next?" are the two predominant questions posed to me after one of my clients finishes an examination under oath. Both are very good questions. In fact, what does happen with the claim after an EUO? What actions should policyholders and public adjusters take after an EUO?… Continue Reading

What is the Impact of a Wrong Answer at an Examination Under Oath? Do all Incorrect Answers Lead to Denial?

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Robert Reynolds, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the seventh of a thirteen part series he is writing on examination under oath).  Two weeks ago the issue of a policyholder refusing to answer questions was discussed in this blog. Hand-in-hand with … Continue Reading
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