One of the most commented upon topics presented by this Blog has been the question of co-insurance, or insurance to value, and where liability lies when there in an improper valuation. Although not specifically dealing with co-insurance, I commend to your reading the case of English Mountain Retreat, LLC. et. al. v. Suzanne Crustenberry-Greg, et.

While I acknowledge Clift v. Fulton Fire Insurance Company, 315 S.W.2d 9 (Tenn. Ct. App. 1958), cert. denied, provides a rule for allowing valuation of property under a somewhat “elastic” standard of “value to the owner,” this ambiguous standard should not apply where the valuation provisions of property coverage are specifically set forth