Can the use of artificial intelligence platforms like ChatGPT pierce the attorney-client privilege?
Arc mapping provides investigators and insurance claims professionals with vital fire cause and origin information.
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In a potential game changer for litigation in Michigan, this recent unpublished appellate court ruling allows the video recording of a plaintiff's neuropsychological examinations.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 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.
Investigating a plaintiff’s prior suits may reveal contrary positions barring a claim through judicial estoppel.
Discovery will change dramatically under a new Michigan Supreme Court rule requiring judges to be “participant observers” in a more collaborative civil litigation process.
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