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Biller, Sachs, Zito & LeMoult; a partnership of LLCs, is dedicated to providing our clients with professional, reliable and cost-efficient representation. Our clientele encompasses a wide range of individuals and professionals, including many business organizations as well as municipalities. Biller, Sachs, Zito & LeMoult is a partnership that includes the Biller Law Firm, which was established by attorney Jon D Biller in 1987. The Biller Law Firm limits its practice by choice to the representation of policyholders in connection with insurance coverage matters, as well as victims of serious personal injuries.  Attorney Jeffrey Sachs is a third generation legal advisor with over three decades of experience.  Attorney Louise Zito joined our firm as a partner in 2003. She has over thirty years of experience in family matters and dispute resolution. Read More

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Summary Judgment Granted for Property Damage Caused by the Leakage of Water

Co-authored by: Michael J. LeMoult & Jessica McDade Attorneys Jon Biller and Michael LeMoult successfully argued for another Connecticut policyholder, who suffered property damage, which had been denied by his insurer. A transcript of Hon. Jeffrey A. Meyer’s decision to grant partial summary judgement in favor of the Connecticut policyholder can be read here. Recently, …

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Connecticut Supreme Court Ruling Limits Coverage for Policyholders with Crumbling Foundations

Co-authored by: Michael J. LeMoult & Jessica McDade The Connecticut Supreme Court recently ruled that an insurance policy form, which had been reviewed by this Court in the past and which potentially provided coverage for crumbling foundations, requires the policyholders’ home to have actually collapsed or be in imminent danger of collapsing in order to …

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Insurance Companies Are Required to Give Notice When there is a Substantial Change of Coverage in a Homeowners Insurance Policy

Co-authored by: Cileena Terra       A recent decision in Connecticut confirmed that substantial changes in property coverage policies are considered a “non-renewal” that requires insurers to give insureds 60 days’ notice. That Court found that the property and casualty insurers’ advance notice requirement for non-renewal of a policy applies to renewals conditioned on acceptance of …

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