Florida and other states are trying to fend off an attempt by the Biden administration to end a lawsuit challenging changes to the National Flood Insurance Program that have led to higher premiums for many property owners.
  September 8   WUFT Legislation & Regulation Litigation Florida Idaho Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi

State Farm, the insurance giant, is facing legal trouble from a proposed class-action lawsuit that alleges a violation of privacy laws. The lawsuit, filed in Cook County on July 19, names State Farm and Insurance Services Office Inc. (ISO) as defendants.
  September 8   Claims Pages Staff Litigation

What makes a successful claims professional in today’s world? The industry’s needs are certainly changing with regard to the role of the claims professional, and the job looks quite different today compared to years past.
  September 8   CLM Magazine Insurance Industry

Forget snooping smartphones and spying smartwatches. Modern, connected cars are ‘the official worst category of products for privacy that we have ever reviewed,’ Mozilla concluded after studying two dozen brands.
  September 8   Quartz Auto Technology

Waymo is using insurance data to make the case that its self-driving cars are safer than human drivers. The report, a result of the collaboration first announced last year between the Alphabet-owned company and the insurer Swiss Re, is intended to show how driverless vehicles crash less often and damage less property than human-driven vehicles.
  September 8   The Verge Auto Technology

The owner of the Davenport, Iowa apartment building that partially collapsed in May has taken legal action against the engineering firm responsible for inspecting the structure. Andrew Wold, the owner of Davenport Hotel LLC, alleges multiple counts, including negligence and breach of contract, against Select Structural Engineering.
  September 7   Claims Pages Staff Liability Litigation Iowa

The federal judge overseeing the proposed $6 billion settlement of claims against 3M by hundreds of thousands of U.S. military veterans and service members is apparently not a fan of litigation funding.
  September 7   Reuters Litigation

The ability to examine a claimant is often an important part of assessing bodily injury claims. Nevada’s 2023 legislative session created new barriers to obtaining these examinations, whether based on court rules or contractual requirements.
  September 7   The National Law Review Legislation & Regulation Liability Litigation Workers' Compensation Nevada

Latrina Cothron worked as a manager of a White Castle restaurant in Illinois, starting in 2004. Shortly after her employment began, White Castle implemented a system in which employees were required to scan their fingerprints to access their paystubs and computers.
  September 7   Risk & Insurance Liability Litigation Illinois

Insurers of Chicago’s Trump International Hotel and Tower are not obligated to cover claims related to environmental violations, according to a recent ruling by a state appeals court.
  September 7   Insurance Business Liability Litigation Illinois

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