The New Hampshire Insurance Company Agreement Breach Allegations

The New Hampshire Insurance Company under its old general manager, Danny Ferry, was issued with a court case from Entertainment LLC and Atlanta Hawks Basketball for alleged agreement violation. The lawsuit was filed on 13th September this year in the Fulton County Superior Court by Bruce Levenson.

Levenson, the former ownership group of the NBA franchise, has accused the New Hampshire Insurance Company of civil action contract breach and bad faith insurance. Bruce Levenson, who according to ESPN associations with the NBA teams in the past, is also a former owner of the Atlanta Hawks LLC. It holds the Philips Arena and the Atlanta Hawks basketball team. According to him, his old company was entitled to policy claims and cover for losses incurred during wrongful workplace termination.

Atlanta Hawks sought for this legal action after the New Hampshire supposedly withheld payments of the covered losses in bad faith and without significant justification. The claims affirm their starts due to the refusal of the company to acknowledge the complaints in the first place. The allegations also accuse the New Hampshire of steadfast refusal to associate in defense of the asserted claims. The court declarations also cite the New Hampshire of failure to accept involvement in the discussions between Ferry’s and Hawk’s counsel.

Documents availed in the Fulton County Superior Court bear substantial secret evidence for liability claims. The claims fall under the agreement obligations granted during the contract negotiation between the two parties.

According to brucelevenson.com, the current Hawks ownership spokesperson, the whole company is acutely aware of the complaint. Hence, the New Hampshire no longer has associations with the Atlanta Hawks. The New Hampshire Insurance Company returned an email immediately claiming that it had no further comments on the matter. However, Bruce Levenson and his company still pay for compensation of additional attorney’s costs and unpaid loss fees.

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