The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission initiated a sweeping inquiry of Hawaiian Electric Co. this week, and, among other things, ordered the utility to reveal by Monday any liability insurance the company has available to cover legal claims related to the Aug. 8 fires on Maui.
Increases in federal flood insurance premiums that are projected to surpass 700% over the coming years are already leading people to back out of home purchases and will likely lead to an exodus of residents and businesses from southern Louisiana, officials told a federal judge Thursday in New Orleans.
The transportation industry plays a crucial role in global commerce, and it has to constantly adapt to technological advancements, economic fluctuations, shifting consumer demands, and the legal landscape.
A St. Louis County jury has reached a staggering $745 million verdict in favor of the parents of Marissa Politte, a 25-year-old woman tragically killed in a sidewalk accident outside a Ballwin urgent care facility.
The New Year probably didn’t start the way Safelite officials expected. On Jan. 5, Safelite Group Inc., Safelite AutoGlass (SAG) and Safelite Solutions LLC (SSL) were sued for insurance fraud by a former employee for himself and on behalf of the people of California.
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.
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.