In Neptune v. Indian Harbor Insurance Co., the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently addressed whether uninsured motorist (UM) coverage applied in an accident where there was no evidence of a ‘hit’ from the uninsured vehicle.
San Francisco might not be the only California colossus in a so-called ‘doom loop.’ The property and casualty insurance market is experiencing a crisis of its own, and the consequences are dire for the entire state economy.
A former Hertz Corp. employee who claims he experienced workplace retaliation and harassment after complaining about discrimination is not entitled to workers compensation benefits for a claimed mental injury, a Tennessee workers comp court ruled Monday.
The retired FDNY firefighter Patrick Kilgallen remembers the night well. In late October 2012, the approach of Hurricane Sandy up the US Eastern Seaboard coincided with a spring tide, propelling a surge of storm water that crashed into New York City and its surrounds, causing more than $70bn in damages, mostly from flooding.
Every successful entrepreneur or CEO has dealt with failure at some point. It took Thomas Edison 10,000 attempts to perfect the light bulb, 36 publishers rejected Arianna Huffington and Milton Hershey had three candy-related ventures fail before he founded Hershey’s.
A recent survey conducted by the Insurance Information Institute has shed light on a growing trend among Florida homeowners. As insurance premiums continue to soar in the state, more and more residents are choosing to self-insure their homes.