Claims News Service, Nov. 13, 1:36 p.m. EST– Attendees at this morning’s National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators in Cincinnati, Ohio heard from a panel of attorneys about legal trends in five Midwestern states, including Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

Thomas Haley, partner at Jennings Taylor Wheeler & Haley law firm, spoke on behalf of Indiana and noted several cases that seemed to indicate a pattern of broader discovery requests. In one case, Allstate v. Scrogham, the insurer faced thousands of dollars in sanctions for not producing documents in a suitable time frame.

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