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- Changing Illinois Medicaid Laws Affect Personal Injury Settlements
Changes are coming to personal injury settlements in 2016. These laws will affect those with Medicare and Medicaid. Here is how you can stay ahead of these changes, and be aware of their effect.
- California Self-Driving Car Accident Robotics Lawyers
In March 2016, the arrival of self-driving cars, robotics and artificial intelligence systems took a major step forward with automatic breaking systems becoming standard on most cars by 2022. Liability for self-driving cars and insurance may be greatly affected by an NHTSA pronouncement in February 2016, and the end of the line for most personal injury attorneys in California and across the country is clearly in sight to the misfortune of accident victims in California and throughout the U.S.
- Driving Without Insurance in New Jersey
Motor vehicle accidents are so common that states require all drivers to maintain minimum liability coverage. New Jersey is no exception. As a condition of driving, motorists are required to carry liability insurance so that individuals do not have to be responsible for injuries that were caused by another person’s negligence.
- Tips for Handling Insurance Companies after an Accident
When a person is injured in an accident, he or she may have to submit a claim to the relevant insurance company. Many times, this process can be long and confusing. This situation is exacerbated when the victim is trying to recover from the accident.
- 6 Legal Snares That Could Hurt Your Business
Entrepreneurs often make up in enthusiasm what they lack in experience, but passion alone is not enough to ensure the success of a business. If you’re a business owner, you need to watch for the following six legal snares that could potentially harm your company
- What Is Bad Faith in Insurance Cases?
The relationship between an insurance company and insured is governed by the insurance contract. However, if the insurance company fails to pay out on a valid claim, the insurance company risks being liable for bad faith. In order for an insured individual to prevail against his or her own insurance company, there are certain legal elements that the insured must prove.
- The Zone of Special Danger Doctrine and the Defense Base Act
The Zone of Special Danger Doctrine has been the subject of numerous lawsuits under the Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, and the Defense Base Act. What is it? How have the courts applied it to claims? Where did it originate?
- Year-End Insurance Tips for the Small Business Owner
If you own a small business you are exposed to numerous risks, including lawsuits by third parties, your own employees, and those you do business with. Damage to your business property or premises can be catastrophic without insurance to cover the losses.
- Insurance Games: The “Pre-Existing Condition” Argument
Mary Jo was injured in a crash, but the insurance company for the at-fault driver initially offered to cover less than half of her medical expenses due to her pre-existing conditions. The insurance company for the at-fault driver saw our client’s medical history as an opportunity to save themselves a few dollars. Luckily, she didn't fall for their tricks.
- California Indoor Air Quality and Sick Building Syndrome Litigation Attorneys
Lawsuits filed by attorneys in California over Indoor Air Quality or Sick Building Syndrome, are increasing. The WHO estimates that nearly 30 percent of new and remodeled buildings worldwide have indoor air quality problems (possibly 20 percent in the U.S., according to one study). In California, dangerous indoor air quality and sick building syndrome are a growing area of law for lawyers in the areas of personal injury, real estate, construction, homeowner associations and business.