Paying penalty interest in first party property claims is tough to avoid in Michigan, but by doing this claims professionals can minimize the amount.
Arc mapping provides investigators and insurance claims professionals with vital fire cause and origin information.
In a published decision, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that a dog is a “condition on the land” under premises liability, and as such, can be defended by the open and obvious danger doctrine.
Understanding the types of explosions can help investigators and insurance professionals resolve fire damage claims.
Court of Appeals ruling clarifies application of the public-building exception to governmental immunity in personal injury cases occurring at a school district’s public building.
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.
Michigan Court of Appeals provides in-depth analysis of factors that determine the recoverability of lost earnings in wrongful death cases involving minors.
Left to gather unchecked, dust can become the next major fire hazard in your commercial or industrial building.
Investigators challenged to determine causation in fire claims involving presence of lithium-ion batteries.
Construction contractors and insurance professionals beware: failing to understand a contract’s fire provisions could burn you.
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- Property Claims Professionals can Minimize Paying Penalty Interest by Doing This
- Arc Mapping Provides Key Fire Insurance Claim Cause and Origin Information
- If the Bark is Just as Bad as the Bite, is Open and Obvious a Possible Defense?
- 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
- Michigan Court of Appeals Addresses Recoverability of Lost Earnings in Wrongful Death Cases Involving Minors
- 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