Attorney Richard A. Joslin Obtains Trial Verdict of No Cause for Action — In the case of Sheeran v Insurance Agency, the plaintiff landlord discovered that a tenant had died in one of her apartments. The tenant had died at least two weeks before the body was discovered. The landlord hired a company to clean the apartment and incurred a $65,000 bill. The landlord made a claim on her Dwelling Fire policy for the cost of the cleanup. The insurance company denied the claim and plaintiff sued her insurance agent claiming that the agent should have sold her an “All-Perils” policy and that the agency had negligently misrepresented to her that the cost of cleanup would be covered under her policy. After a three day jury trial, the jury returned a verdict of no-cause for action finding that the agency was not negligent.