By Noelle Phillips at the Denver Post

In 2021, a Louisville couple bought $419,000 worth of insurance coverage for their home, based on their agent’s recommendation. Now, that policy payout is only providing about half of what they need to rebuild the house they lost in the Marshall fire.

In a lawsuit filed this summer, the couple blamed their agent, their insurer and the company that built the software their agent used to tell them how much coverage they needed […]

Read the full article: https://www.denverpost.com/2022/08/14/colorado-marshall-wildfires-homeowners-insurance/