Attorney at Law
Joseph S. Kashi, P.A. handles insurance coverage cases, insurance bad faith cases, and accident cases involving personal injuries or wrongful death. We represent individuals who have been injured in accidents, the family members of individuals who have died as a result of accidents, and individuals and businesses that are the victims of insurance company abuse through the wrongful denial of insurance claims.
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE McMillan v. Shively, ___ So. 3d ___, 34 Fla. L. Weekly D2520 (Fla. 1st DCA 12/8/09) Although the plaintiffs’ action for specific performance could not be based upon the defendant’s breach of the express contract between the parties because the action was brought more than one year after the breach, the trial […]
It is possible to obtain insurance covering just about anything you can imagine. But, before you purchase insurance or file a claim, it is important to understand some of the laws governing insurance—the responsibilities of the insurance companies and your responsibilities—to ensure that your future claims will be handled fairly and within the confines of […]
It is all too common to believe that filing an insurance claim automatically gets you the fair compensation you deserve. In fact, like all businesses, insurance companies do not wait to spend more than they have to spend for any claim, large or relatively small. The moment you agree to an insurance claim settlement, your […]
ARBITRATION Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Inc. v. University of Florida Board of Trustees, ___ So. 3d ___, 34 Fla. L. Weekly D1365 (Fla. 1st DCA 7/6/09) The trial court erred in finding that an arbitrable issue existed because (1) there was no nexus between the appellee’s claim and the four agreements […]
At the Law Offices of Sperry, Shapiro & Kashi, P.A., we see many cases in which insurance companies do not handle claims as promptly as they should. This is known as "claim delay." A famous football coach once said, "The best defense is a good offense." Today, many insurance companies are taking this advice by […]
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