ORLANDO — An Orlando property owner is suing an insurance company, alleging breach of an insurance contract.
Robin Kemplin filed a complaint March 1 in Orange County Circuit Court against American Security Insurance Company, alleging the defendant failed to indemnify the insured for the losses as required by the policy.
According to the complaint, Kemplin's property at 9461 Chandon Drive, Orlando, sustained water damage as a result of a broken supply line. Kemplin says he promptly provided notice of the loss to American Security and allowed the insurance company to inspect the property.
However, despite having damages covered under the terms and condition of the policy, the suit says, the defendant has declined to indemnify Kemplin for the claims, causing the plaintiff incur additional fees and costs for legal and repair services.
The plaintiff alleges American Security Insurance has declined to indemnify the insured for the claim as required by the terms and conditions of the policy.
Kemplin seeks trial by jury, damages of more than $15,000, including but not limited to property damages, attorney fees, court costs and prejudgment interest. He is represented by attorneys Marc A. Wites and Thomas B. Rogers of Wites Law Firm in Lighthouse Point.
Orange County Circuit Court case number 18CA002185