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Pennsylvania High Court Mulls $21M Bad-Faith Verdict Against Nationwide
Friday, November 22nd 2019
A trial judge's decision to slam an insurance carrier with a $21 million bad-faith award was an assault on the industry and the state Superior Court was well within reason to toss the verdict, an attorney representing Nationwide argued before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the closely watched case, Berg v. Nationwide.
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Los Angeles Commuter Train Slams Into RV On Tracks
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FEMA Report Explores Blockchain For Disaster Insurance Payouts
Thursday, November 21st 2019
A recent report by the advisory board of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommends using blockchain to expedite insurance payouts in the event of a disaster.
Over 48 Tons Of Packaged Salads Recalled Amid Multi-State Outbreak Of E. coli Infections
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Ohio Scrap Metal Theft Ring May Have Caused $1M In Property Damage
Florida Officials Fraudulently Used FEMA Funds From Hurricane Michael
Wednesday, November 20th 2019
Two former officials of a Florida city are charged with conspiring with two businesses to bilk the federal government out of $5 million in Hurricane Michael cleanup money, the U.S. attorney's office announced Tuesday.
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Cargo Thieves Target Containers Rushed Into U.S. Ahead Of Threatened Tariffs
Climate Change Said To Imperil 60% Of Superfund Sites
PG&E Is Dubious Of Fire Victim's Claim For A 500-Pound Emerald
Tuesday, November 19th 2019
PG&E Corp. says it has found suspicious monetary claims by victims of California's wildfires, including one from a man who says a 500-pound (227-kilogram) emerald worth $280 million was destroyed at his home a year ago in the most destructive and deadliest wildfire in state history.
Hacked Disney+ Accounts Being Sold On The Dark Web
Magic Mushrooms And Medical Marijuana Among Workers' Comp Regulatory Trends To Watch In 2020
Tesla Supercharger Catches Fire At New Jersey Convenience Store
Nissan Recalls Nearly 400,000 Vehicles Over Braking System Defect
Monday, November 18th 2019
Japan's Nissan Motor Co Ltd (7201.T) has said it is recalling 394,025 cars in the United States over a braking system defect, causing concerns that a brake fluid leak could potentially lead to a fire.
21 People Displaced By Massive Fire In Hornell, New York
Flames Destroy Two Luxury Yachts At Fort Lauderdale Marina
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