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GM is facing hundreds of personal-injury and wrongful-death claims over the deadly flawed ignition switches, as well as suits by car owners seeking as much...
Insurance companies and other large businesses can become easy targets for juries who subscribe to the “deep pocket” theory.
Slander (and even the truth) may not be covered by insurance if the company is sued.
Modern families—same-sex couples, blended and multigenerational families—make up a third of all households.
While Abraham Lincoln may have said, “Truth is generally the best vindication against slander,” many also gain some satisfaction by filing a defamation suit.
Plaintiffs' attorneys are targeting insurance adjusters as well as the company in coverage cases
The state's highest court has overturned a nearly $35 million verdict in a class action lawsuit accusing The Hartford insurance company of scheming to fix...
Oklahoma’s Supreme Court said New Dominion LLC can be sued for damage caused by an earthquake that a woman blames on disposal wells tied to...
For a large insurance carrier, the perception of having “deep pockets” is a common concern, and based on some trials, it seems there are law...
The Supreme Court’s ruling upholding Obamacare’s subsidies has positive credit implications for insurance carriers, according to Moody’s.
Business came out strong for same-sex marriage. But in the end, the Supreme Court vindicated gay unions nationwide not because of practical workplace concerns, but...
The Golden State’s $16.5 billion workers’ compensation marketplace is stubbornly showing signs of recovery as a result of reform measures introduced two years ago.
Obamacare has been saved yet again by the Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court said people who file housing-discrimination suits don’t have to show they were victims of intentional bias, in a blow to lenders...
Failure to properly advise a plaintiff seeking punitive damages about the tax consequences of success can result in claims of legal malpractice.
Punitive damages come with unexpected tax consequences for plaintiffs.
Cases for federal appeals courts may involve treaties, patents, bankruptcies and constitutional issues.
These are the cases that exerted huge influence over the national coverage landscape.
News from Navigators, ACE Group, Zurich and others.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.
Honda said a Takata air bag inflator ruptured in a Civic compact car on Sept. 30 and killed a driver in California, at least the 17th Takata-related fatality in the U.S., Malaysia and India.