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Was Grocer Negligent In The Early Days Of COVID?
Friday, December 4th 2020
A lawsuit has been filed by the family of a Publix deli worker alleging he died of COVID because the Florida based company prohibited employees from wearing masks during the early days of the pandemic.
Millennials' Expectations Are A Driving Force Behind ESG Practices
Drivers Let Their Focus Slip As They Get Used To Partial Automation
WARREN Forensic Engineers & Consultants
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Evacuations Ordered For Fast-Growing California Wildfire
Thursday, December 3rd 2020
Driven by Santa Ana winds, a house fire in California's Orange County spread to nearby brush and exploded to more than 5.5 square miles overnight. Officials ordered mandatory evacuations for residents of Modjeska, Silverado and Williams canyons and for Foothill Ranch and parts of Portola Hills.
Ambiguous Policy Language Keeps COVID-19 BI Lawsuit In Court
People Missing, Homes Destroyed In Alaska After Rain Triggers Landslides
Handling Claims Without A Police Crash Report
Wednesday, December 2nd 2020
Cities across the United States have seen a reduction in motor vehicle traffic and use as a result of COVID-19 and subsequent business closures, work-from-home policies and government emergency orders.
Surging Costs Of Cyber Claims
Understanding War Hazard Act (WHA) Subrogation Claims
$5M Cyber Claim For Phishing Scam Heads To Supreme Court
Tuesday, December 1st 2020
A $5-million coverage dispute with The Co-operators that arose from a phishing attack is headed to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Settling Subrogation Claims And The Dreaded Release
Smart Contracts In Insurance
Work-Product Between Adjusters And In-House Counsel, Protected Or Not?
Monday, November 30th 2020
Communications and information exchanged between adjusters and insurer in-house counsel present unique challenges for application of the work-product protection, and the law is not uniform in this area.
Hurricane Season Ends Historic As Predicted
State Farm, Cops Believe Judge Candidate Is Insurance Fraudster
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