In recent news it appears that the Atlanta Hawks former owner Bruce Levenson are taking on a different fight….one in court. For it appears that just recently they have decided to file a law suit and sue New Hampshire Insurance Company for what they claim to have been a breach of contract violation which is punishable by law or in the courts. Here is more.
“According to court documents the amount of the claim in confidential. The lawsuit states that the confidential limits of liability of the policy are sufficient to play AHBE’s claim. The lawsuit states that AIG has refused to acknowledge that a claim was made and refused to acknowledge….” (http://www.ajc.com/sports/basketball/former-hawks-ownership-sues-insurance-company-over-ferry-settlement/ZM3cMU2m7pID3gLMPGuVQI/, pg. 1)
According to this fascinating online news recap of what really went down just in the last few days, the article also mentions the fact that the law suit was filed only on the 13th of this last month of September 2016. The Superior Court of Fulton County took the law suit. The Atlanta Hawks also accused New Hampshire Insurance Company of AIG, which so appears to be a civil action taken for many breach of contract issues and overall bad faith when it comes to overall insurance practices.