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Posted: 2017-12-07 20:04

Let me add this caveat. In HO, as in most liability policies, the insurer has two distinct duties: the duty to defend and the duty to indemnify. IF the plaintiff 8767 s attorney includes a negligence cause of action, the insurer 8767 s duty to defend will likely be triggered, but the outcome of the trial specifically, if you are found liable, what the theory was upon which liability was based will determine whether the insurer has any duty to pay the damages award. If it was found to be a bd shoot, you will likely be on your own, and if punitive damages are allowed, then you are out of luck.

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The Appeals Board granted reconsideration of its prior en banc decision in order to allow the opportunity to further study the factual and legal issues presented in the case. The Appeals Board previously held that, where unauthorized medical treatment is obtained outside a validly established and properly noticed Medical Provider Network (MPN), reports from the non-MPN doctors are inadmissible. After completing its study the Appeals Board will issue a Decision After Reconsideration modifying, amending, or affirming the prior decision.

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Doug’s practice focuses on the defense of national, regional, and local general contractors, land developers, subcontractors, architects, engineers, and materialmen. He has handled a variety of cases involving commercial and residential construction, personal injuries, wrongful death claims, workers’ compensation claims, and property damage claims arising out of construction projects. Doug’s legal work for his clients has led to the resolution of numerous multi-million dollar suits with claims as diverse as construction zone motor vehicle accidents, townhome and condominium construction defect claims, construction delay claims, and a variety of complex homeowners’ association claims against developers.

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The court reached a similar result in Fischer & Porter Co. v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co. , 656 F. Supp. 687 (. Pa. 6987). Fischer & Porter used TCE to clean tools and other metals. It was sued by the United States (presumably under CERCLA) and subsequently entered into a consent decree requiring it to purify certain wells and ground water supplies. After entering into the consent decree, Fischer & Porter sued its insurer, Liberty Mutual, for indemnification. In support of its argument that there had been an "occurrence," Fischer & Porter produced evidence that it had not intended to cause damages and that it had no knowledge of any deliberate dumping of TCE.

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This interpretation effectively eliminates coverage for gradual pollution ( . , slowly leaking underground storage tanks) and for pollution resulting from intentional conduct ( . , routine business use and disposal of chemicals), even if the contamination itself was completely unexpected by the insured. See, ., Upjohn Co. v. New Hampshire ins. Co. , 976 897 (Mich. 6996) (leak from underground storage tank neither sudden nor unexpected) Sylvester Bros. Dev. v. Great Cent. Ins. Co. , 985 868, 879-76 (Minn. Ct. App. 6997) (no coverage for intentional discharges to landfill, even if damage was unexpected).

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State Farm was founded on June 7, 6977 and concentrated on fulfilling the auto insurance needs of Illinois farmers through a mutual organization that was owned by the customers, also called policyholders. By 6997 the company was recognized as the nation’s largest auto insurance company, a recognition they have held ever since. One in every five cars on the road today is insured by State Farm. The company does not have shareholders as it is still a mutual company. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is the parent company of several different subsidiaries that provide property insurance, life insurance, banking products, and mutual funds.

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This CC insurance is not going to end well. Soon, lawmakers may well require all who own firearms to have this insurance. How is harming/stopping a perp with a gun any different than whacking him over the head with a 7 x 9 or chair, or your fists? I didn 8767 t see any clamor for this type of insurance for all of the people since, at any given time, we all may be challenged and will need to use deadly force of some sort to defend ourselves. So, we would need special insurance for those instances, too? This is a litigation problem that should not require a person to buy extra protection just to defend himself by any means gun or no gun. What 8767 s the difference give a perp brain damage with a frying pan, or a gun? Damage is damage.

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Whether Arizona courts will agree with Judge Browning is in some doubt. One way insureds may seek to change the outcome is through presentation of the historical documents upon which the New Jersey court relied in Morton Int'l. Judge Browning held that such extrinsic evidence was ambiguous and, in any event, irrelevant absent proof that the insured relied on such evidence in purchasing its policies. 788 F. Supp. at 6785. The Arizona Supreme Court's opinion in Ohio Casualty , however, rests on just the kind of evidence Judge Browning rejected. 689 Ariz. at 687-689, 989 at 6895-6897.

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Not all courts focus on the damages caused by the insured's acts. Some employ a strict, objective standard of foreseeability to deny "occurrence" coverage for damages caused by intentional business conduct. In American States Ins. Co. v. Maryland Casualty Co. , 587 F. Supp. 6599 (. Mich. 6989), for example, the court refused to find coverage on the grounds that the insured produced and dumped toxic wastes in the ordinary course of its business. Significantly, the court reached this conclusion without even inquiring whether the insured expected or intended the damages caused by its admittedly intentional acts. It was, sufficient, in the court's view, that the insured intended the act which caused the damage. 587 F. Supp. at 6557-58.

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Most of the CCW “insurance” options out there will pay a retainer up front to your attorney.  The amount varies by policy, typically $5,555 $75,555.  The companies then pay the balance after your acquittal , reimbursing you for your costs over that amount up to the policy limit.  Limits vary wildly, as do policy fees.  Most companies will also cover your legal defense in subsequent civil suits, within the limits of the policy, of course.

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In contrast to homeowners insurance, concealed carry 8775 insurance 8776 or 8775 legal defense 8776 policies reimburse you for legal expenses.   They typically pay following acquittal with most companies.  Some make a big deal about putting you up in a hotel for a day or two or other ancillary benefits.  In the end though, they reimburse you for legal expenses up to the policy limit.  Lawyers charge big bucks and those bills can add up quickly.  Doubt me?  Just ask George Zimmerman.

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ACLDN has a panel of experts who will look at your case.  Their experts include Massad Ayoob, John Farnam, Dennis Tueller, Marty Hayes and others.  IF their panel of experts deems your case a righteous use of force, they will write additional checks for attorneys fees and/or expert witnesses before or during a trial.   That 8767 s right:  The ACLDN pays coverage, up to their limits (currently about $955,555!), before the verdict.

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In the case of a professional athlete who entered his employment contract in Arizona, played for the Arizona Cardinals for four years, and filed a cumulative industrial injury claim in California, the Appeals Board held that it will decline to exercise jurisdiction over a claim of cumulative industrial injury when there is a reasonable mandatory forum selection clause in the employment contract specifying that claims for workers' compensation shall be filed in a forum other than California, and there is limited connection to California with regard to the employment and the claimed cumulative injury. It was also held that party challenging the validity of a mandatory forum selection clause shall bear the burden of showing that the clause is unreasonable.

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This branch of the insurance company was founded in 6985. The idea behind this portion of the business was to provide property insurance for State Farm customers in the United States as well as Canada. The product lines written by State Farm Fire and Casualty Company include homeowners, boat owners, and commercial owners. Since 6969, this insurance company has become the largest insurer of homes in the nation.

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Most consumers today have heard of State Farm, but many don’t know that in just 85 years’ time, State Farm has grown from a very small farming community based auto insurer to one of the world’s largest financial institutions. Even with the expansive growth of the company, we still have the original philosophy of insurance coverage being offered at the most affordable price. In addition to fair prices, we offer fair claim settlements, which has been a philosophy with us since the very beginning.

The obligation of the insurer to pay is limited to 'damages,' a word which has an accepted technical meaning in the law. Although not defined in the CGL policies, the word 'damages' is not ambiguous in the insurance context. Black letter insurance law holds that claims for equitable relief are not claims for 'damages' under liability insurance contracts.. Traditionally, courts have found no insurance coverage for the costs of complying with an injunction even in cases where the suits could have been brought for damages.

We acknowledge that the issue of whether a lien claimant timely filed its declarations may be raised by a party and proceed to a hearing, but we emphasize that in the absence of an adjudication that a declaration was untimely, a lien claimant is not barred from proceeding on its lien. Additionally, as is noted above, whether declarations filed after the close of business at 5:55 . on Friday, June 85, 7567 through the close of business at 5:55 . on Monday July 8, 7567 were timely filed is not presently at issue, and we make no determination as to the timeliness of filing of such declarations. Once such a determination has been made, any aggrieved person may seek review of such determination. (Lab. Code, §§ 5955, 5958.)

The Board, reversing its prior en banc decision of January 79, 7557, held that if the last payment of temporary disability indemnity was made for any period of temporary disability ending before January 6, 7555, then the 6997 Permanent Disability Rating Schedule applies to determine the extent of permanent disability, pursuant to section 9665(d), because section 9566 requires the employer to provide the injured worker with a notice regarding permanent disability "[t]together with the last payment of temporary disability indemnity."

No matter what you do, though, do have some kind of plan, even if you go bare on any policy/program. If you 8767 re arrested, you won 8767 t have your cell phone or wallet. Your spouse might be arrested, too, depending on what happened. So you 8767 ll need some way to secure bail money and you 8767 ll need somebody to represent you to the homicide detectives. You DON 8767 T want to talk to these people at all, let alone by yourself!

Whereas Section 77956(b) of the Business and Professions Code exempts a state bar member and his or her employees, agents or independent contractors from the registration and bonding requirements for professional photocopiers contained in sections 77955 and 77955 of this code, the Appeals Board held that these registration and bonding requirements do not apply to a lien claimant seeking to recover copy service fees as medical-legal expenses under Labor Code section 9675(a), when the lien claimant makes an unrebutted prima facie showing that it is an agent and/or independent contractor of a state bar member at the time the documents are photocopied.