Insurance — Homeowners — Appraisal — Insureds’ agent/public adjuster acting as disinterested appraiser — Insurer’s petition for writ of certiorari seeking to quash trial court order allowing insureds’ agent/public adjuster to act as insureds’ disinterested appraiser — Trial court did not depart from essential requirements of law because its order followed district court’s existing precedent — Petition for writ of certiorari denied — Conflict certified — Question certified: Can a fiduciary, such as a public adjuster or appraiser who is in a contractual agent-principal relationship with the insureds and who receives a contingency fee from the appraisal award, be a disinterested appraiser as a matter of law?
45 Fla. L. Weekly D870d
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