Deborah Jackson v. Allstate Insurance Company, et al.
Thomas P. Anzelmo and Kyle P. Kirsch won a victory in favor of Landmark Insurance Company in Jackson v. Allstate Ins. Co., 07-7904 in the Eastern District Court of Louisiana. Plaintiff sued Landmark arguing that it provided Errors and Omission coverage for an insurance agent whom they alleged negligently procured her a flood insurance policy without advising her about the proper limits of insurance needed. Judge Lemmon granted Landmark’s Motion to Dismiss dismissing plaintiff’s claims against Landmark finding that Landmark’s “Claims Made” policy did not provide coverage since the alleged acts occurred prior to the retroactive date of the policy.