July 1

When A Business Relationship Turns Sour

In this advancing technological age, most business relationships end abruptly due to violations in policy or other complications. Some partners or employees are unable to carry out or complete the demands of the enterprise, and end up breaching a contract or violating regulations. The behavior of some former employees or partners following their removal from.

May 26

5 Common Misconceptions About Personal Injury Law

5 Common Misconceptions About Personal Injury Law When it comes to personal injury lawyers and personal injury law, there are a number of common misconceptions, myths that are passed around under the guise of fact. If you or a loved one has experienced personal injury as the result of another party’s negligent behavior, read on.

May 13

Injury Claims Resulting From Unsafe Work Conditions

  Workers have a right to safety at their workplace and employers are under legal obligation to do everything possible to keep their staff safe and free from injury. The federal agency (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) that enforces safe workplace practice have set rules and regulations to ensure any unsafe work condition is identified.

May 12

Unbelievable Explanations Used To Justify Impaired Driving

Everybody has heard of cases regarding intoxicated drivers. Many impaired drivers admit their wrongdoing once they’re in a sober state. Unfortunately, too many individuals are injured during drunk driving excursions, both the victim(s) and the perpetrator. But what excuse will an intoxicated driver give to police officers to avoid be charged with a D.U.I? Here.

January 6

Stacking Provisions for Auto-Insurance

Often more than one automobile insurance policy is in effect for vehicles involved in a collision. Sometimes a single insurance policy can contain several types of coverage that could be applied to the accident. When these situations exist, an insured or the passengers in the insured’s vehicle may seek to combine the benefits of the.

January 4

Disclosure Obligations and Motor Vehicle Insurance Policies

Automobile insurance policies may have a clause that requires an insured to disclosure information to his or her insurance company that would allow the insurance company to determine if there is a valid defense to a claim against the insured. This disclosure obligation, which could be part of an insurance policy’s cooperation and assistance provision,.

January 2

Applicant’s Duty to Read Application for Auto Insurance

The contractual agreement entered into when a policy of auto insurance is created is based on the application for insurance made by a prospective insured to an insurer. In situations where there are disparities between the policy as issued and the insured’s understanding of the coverage he or she was applying for, or where errors.

December 30

Tort Liability for Use of Emergency Vehicles

The operations of emergency vehicles are a common everyday feature on the streets and highways of the United States. These operations consist of the employment of vehicles that include ambulances, police cars, and fire trucks in response to situations demanding more or less immediate reaction. Due to the frequency of their operations and the nature.

December 28

Overview of Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Because a substantial number of owners and operators of cars and trucks in the United States fail to maintain adequate insurance coverage or operate their vehicles without any insurance coverage at all, many motor vehicle insurance policies contain provisions for underinsured motorist coverage, sometimes abbreviated UIM, or uninsured motorist coverage, sometimes abbreviated UM. The intent.

December 26

Federal Volunteer Protection Act–Applicability

Covered Persons The federal Volunteer Protection Act (VPA) applies to “volunteers.” Under the VPA, a “volunteer” is a person (including a director, officer, trustee, or direct service volunteer) who performs services for a “nonprofit organization” or a governmental entity and does not receive: (1) compensation (other than reasonable reimbursement or allowance for expenses actually incurred);.

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