Understanding the types of explosions can help investigators and insurance professionals resolve fire damage claims.
The popularity of internet connected devices in homes and businesses provides fire investigators with more origin and cause clues than ever, if you know where to look for them.
In a potential game changer for litigation in Michigan, this recent unpublished appellate court ruling allows the video recording of a plaintiff's neuropsychological examinations.
You should know these four things before you seriously consider bringing a defamation case in Michigan for online comments against an anonymous party.
As water claims rise, insurance industry braces for a potential deluge of new form arson cases.
You should be burning up if your fire claim notices don't include this level of detail.
Comprehensive pre-suit investigations help position cases for a successful defense in state or federal court.
A recent Michigan Court of Appeals ruling bans video recording but allows in-person observers for independent medical examinations.
With U.S. tort litigation continuing to climb to historic levels, arbitration may offer insurance providers lower costs, better venue option for resolving claims.
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- Explosions – Sometimes They Need an Introduction
- Design Defect Claims Cannot Defeat a Defense of Governmental Immunity Under Public-Building Exception
- Fire Investigations and the Internet of Things
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- Dust Bunnies Could do Much More Than Take a Licking in Commercial, Industrial Settings
- Lithium-ion Batteries Challenge Investigators to Determine Causation in Fire Claims
- Failure to Understand Contract Fire Provisions Could Burn Construction Contractors
- Michigan Court of Appeals Rules Neuropsychological Exams May be Video Recorded
- Water Pipes Provide Evidence of Fraudulent Water Loss Claims
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