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Unraveling Insurance Issues At Play In The Kobe Bryant Crash
Friday, February 14th 2020
On the morning of Jan. 26, 2020, basketball legend Kobe Bryant and eight other individuals, including his 13-year-old daughter, were tragically killed in a helicopter crash. With the investigation into the cause of the crash underway, thoughts turn to how this incident was insured. Would all the victims have life insurance coverage? Could the helicopter operating company or the helicopter manufacturer be liable in some way?
Man Wrecks Luxury Cars In Theft Attempt At Ferrari Salt Lake City Dealership
Hyundai, Mazda Are Top Winners For 2020 IIHS Awards
With Threat Of Spring Flooding, Minnesota Homeowners Scramble To Get Protected
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Thieves Target Chevrolet Silverados, Disable OnStar Tracking
Thursday, February 13th 2020
Frustrated North Texas truck owners say their Chevy Silverados are being targeted and the devices meant to help catch the bad guys are useless.
Rockslide Causes Fiery Train Crash In Kentucky
Lakefront Mansion Destroyed By Fire So Massive, Smoke Was On Weather Radar
Suspension Issue Prompts Ford To Recall More Than 240K Vehicles
'Rivers in the Sky' Causing Billions in Flood Damage in U.S.
Wednesday, February 12th 2020
Climate change is spurring a new, deep dive into a complex, little-studied weather system blamed for creating billions of dollars in flood damage across the western U.S.
Honda Recalls 241,000 Odyssey Minivans Over Fire Risk
Scammers Hope for Easy Money by Crashing U-Haul Trucks
Nationwide Calls For Hands-Free Laws In All 50 States
Cyber Criminals Using Coronavirus-Themed Emails To Deliver Malware
Tuesday, February 11th 2020
A U.S. cybersecurity company says criminal groups are exploiting fears over the new coronavirus to attack the global shipping industry. California-based Proofpoint says it has detected a new email campaign that uses Microsoft Word attachments designed to trick recipients into installing a type of malware known as AZORult.
Kentucky Farmers Conspired With Adjusters In Extensive Insurance Fraud Case
Court Rules That Sunken Barge Damage Must Be Covered By Insurer
Driving Too Fast On Winter Roads: 24 Vehicles Involved In Chain Reaction Crashes
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