Personal Injury, Statutes of Limitations and Compensation

Personal Injury, Statutes of Limitations and Compensation

When another person’s carelessness or recklessness results in you becoming the victim of an injury, you quickly understand that the ramifications can extend far beyond the physical harm caused.  Depending on the severity of the injury you have sustained, life as you once knew it can be turned upside down. As a result of treating your injuries, medical bills can pile up and overwhelm you – despite insurance – particularly if you have been unable to continue working or earning any income. When you take into account the mental toll…

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Sandy Hook families offered millions to settle by insurance companies

Insurance companies - lawsuit money

Remington Arms’ insurer is seeking an out of court settlement from nine of the affected families. Two insurance companies for the Remington Arms firearm company currently undergoing bankruptcy have offered nine families affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings millions of dollars to settle their lawsuit. The families have reached a critical time in the suit in which they will need to make important decisions. “The plaintiffs, the Sandy Hook families, have to make a decision now and that is whether to accept the offer and drop the case…

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Five Natural Disasters You Need to Be Insured Against

Five Natural Disasters You Need to Be Insured Against

In the past few years, natural disasters have gone from being freak occurrences to a regular part of life. One of the classic examples in recent years is the wildfires that tear through California every year now with scary regularity. As climate change worsens, it is important that your business is fully insured against natural disasters, no matter whether you live in a disaster zone or not. In order to help you get insured as best as possible, then it is necessary to read this guide about disasters to be…

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Health insurance birthday rule may be coming to an end

Health insurance birthday rule - parents with newborn

Proposed law would remove large, unexpected expense from new parents in rare unfortunate circumstances. The obscure health insurance birthday rule could be on its way out, sparing new parents the risk of enormous unexpected medical expenses in the case of certain care requirements for the newborn. This regulation dictates the way that insurance companies choose coverage when both parents have a plan. The bill would take away the health insurance birthday rule, letting the parents decide which policy covers their child. As it stands, the regulation requires the coverage of…

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Wildfires make California farm insurance harder to find

California farm Insurance - Farm, field and equipment

The worsening trends are making some grower properties too risky to insure. The cost of California farm insurance has been rapidly rising for years as a result of more severe and frequent wildfires, but this year the situation has worsened in a striking way. The coverage isn’t just becoming too expensive, but in some cases its entirely unavailable. Following years of rising costs, California farm insurance is now seeing what is known as a managed retreat. Insurers that had once been offering policies to farmers and growers have been stepping…

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Why would a small business require technology errors and omissions insurance?

Technology Errors and Omissions Insurance - Person using tech

This specialized coverage product is meant to protect against professional liability risks in this industry. Technology errors and omissions insurance is a form of specialized coverage product offering people in the technology industry protection against professional liability risks specific to them. This coverage can be known by many different names but is often key for those in the tech industry. Technology errors and omissions insurance is comparable to traditional E&O policies, also frequently known as professional liability policies, or as malpractice insurance. That said, those traditional policies are usually written…

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Insurance merger between Aon and Willis Towers Watson abandoned

Insurance Merger - Broken Chain

The largest broker in the world won’t be forming due to delays from US regulator objections. Aon Plc (NYSE stock symbol AON) and Willis Towers Watson Plc (NASDAQ stock symbol WLTW) have announced that they are calling off their planned $30 billion insurance merger. Had the two companies joined together, they would have become the largest insurance broker in the world. According to the companies, the insurance merger faced an unacceptable delay and level of uncertainty due to US regulator objections. The deal had been initially announced in March 2020.…

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