In a potential game changer for litigation in Michigan, this recent unpublished appellate court ruling allows the video recording of a plaintiff's neuropsychological examinations.
Determining fraud in water intrusion claims begins with an understanding of the technology behind today’s pipe systems.
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.
Give yourself the gift of expertise from a forensic engineer when your next water loss claims hits your desk.
You should be burning up if your fire claim notices don't include this level of detail.
Who pays for property damage related to the intentional acts of others? The answer may surprise you.
Comprehensive pre-suit investigations help position cases for a successful defense in state or federal court.
Appellate court ruling serves as warning to Michigan insurance professionals against making assurances or giving advice about coverage.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled store manager in a premises liability case can't be held personally liable for negligence for an accident in which he was not directly involved.
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- Michigan Court of Appeals Rules Neuropsychological Exams May be Video Recorded
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- ‘Tis the Season for Fraudulent Water Loss Claims
- Did You Notice the Notice in Your Pending Fire Claim Notice?
- Will Insurance Pay When Others Intentionally Play Property ‘Games?’
- Thorough Pre-Litigation Investigations Form Bedrock of Dispositive Motions
- Appellate Court Reverses Dismissal of Lawsuit Against Insurance Agent
- Indiana Supreme Court Rules Store Managers Cannot be Held Negligent for Accidents in Which They Played no Part