The “notice” defense shifts back into focus after a recent Michigan Supreme Court ruling dismantled the “open and obvious” defense for premises liability claims.
Quickly determining “satisfactory proof of loss” for property claims can help insurance providers mitigate or even avoid paying penalty interest under Michigan’s Uniform Trade Practices Act.
Lithium batteries stored or charged onboard boats, ships and cargo containers may leave you walking the plank of maritime liability.
Responding timely to “satisfactory proof of loss” notices can help insurers limit or even avoid paying penalty interest under Michigan’s Uniform Trade Practices Act.
The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday issued a landmark decision that abolishes the open and obvious defense for premises liability cases.
Failure to pay first-party property claims could cost you penalty interest under Michigan's Uniform Trade Practice Act.
Can the use of artificial intelligence platforms like ChatGPT pierce the attorney-client privilege?
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.
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- ‘Open and Obvious’ Falls, Restoring Focus on ‘Notice’ Defense in Michigan Premises Liability Cases
- Insurance Provider’s ‘Satisfaction’ Maketh the Proof of Loss
- The High Seas and High Risks of Lithium Batteries
- Uniform Trade Practices Act Requires Timely Payment of Property Claims
- Michigan Supreme Court Eliminates 'Open and Obvious' Defense in Premises Liability Cases
- Failure to Pay First-Party Property Claims Timely Can Prove Costly Under the Uniform Trade Practices Act
- Is Artificial Intelligence Jeopardizing the Attorney-Client Privilege in Your Case?
- 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?