In a potential game changer for litigation in Michigan, this recent unpublished appellate court ruling allows the video recording of a plaintiff's neuropsychological examinations.

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Determining fraud in water intrusion claims begins with an understanding of the technology behind today’s pipe systems.

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You should know these four things before you seriously consider bringing a defamation case in Michigan for online comments against an anonymous party.

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As water claims rise, insurance industry braces for a potential deluge of new form arson cases.

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Give yourself the gift of expertise from a forensic engineer when your next water loss claims hits your desk.

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You should be burning up if your fire claim notices don't include this level of detail.

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Comprehensive pre-suit investigations help position cases for a successful defense in state or federal court.

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Appellate court ruling serves as warning to Michigan insurance professionals against making assurances or giving advice about coverage.

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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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