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Thank you and I am sorry for any miscommunication.
I appreciate if anyone provide a response on my query on the case law


Thank you adjusterjack, appreciate.

By the way, in my policy, under "legal actions" title, states as follows:

"No legal action can be brought to recover under this policy until at least 60 days after we have been given satisfactory written proof of loss. In Florida, legal action cannot be brought after the applicable statute of limitations has expired from the time written proof of loss is required."

I have the following questions and request some clarification:
(i). "satisfactory written proof of loss": satisfactory to whom (to the insurance company or to the insured), as it looks ambiguous?
(ii). What is that "statute of limitation" in Florida, how many days or months/years? (i just read it is 5 years. Is it correct)?
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I'm a Northern Girl
I hesitate to attempt to "clarify" a single statement taken out of context with no idea what modifying language might be elsewhere in the document.

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