- Increased Insurance Premiums: Are They Recoverable from Third-Party Tortfeasors?
- Texas Supreme Court Clarified the Applicable Standard for Proving Attorney’s Fees
- The Oregon Rule and Presumption of Fault
- Drivers’ Liability: The Unavoidable Accident Defense
- Fraudulent Concealment: When does the statute of limitations begin to run for a breach of contract claim, if fraudulent concealment is asserted?
- Application of the Discovery Rule to Breach of Contract Claims
- Proper Procedure to Obtain Entry on Real Property of a Nonparty for Purposes of Inspection and Photographing
- Designating Unknown Responsible Third Parties: How to Properly Designate an Unknown Driver
- Premises Liability: Do Open and Obvious Naturally Occurring Conditions Pose an Unreasonable Risk of Harm?
- The Borrowed Servant Doctrine – At What Point Will the General Employer’s Liability Be Severed?
Showing 4 posts from July 2013.
A former miner, diagnosed with silicosis in 1981, recently filed a products liability suit against the makers of the respirators he used while working in the mines.
Sometimes it is not possible to know about an injury until a significant amount of time after the act or omission which caused the injury occurred. Read More ›
In 1976, the family of scientist Frank Olson received a $750,000 settlement from the United States government after the scientist, who worked at Fort Detrick (the center of the American biological weapons program from 1943 to 1969), fell thirteen stories to his death. Read More ›
A first-party insurance policy is one that protects the insured against loss or damage resulting from an accident or injury suffered by the covered party and its property. Read More ›
When a parent suffers a nonfatal but serious injury, a parent’s children often feel a pain of their own. Perhaps the parent can no longer coach the child’s soccer team or chaperone the school dance. If a child is very young, it may lose out on years of being held and physically comforted by its parent. When a parent is cognitively damaged, a child may not have the guidance and companionship it would have had if not for the parent’s injury. Read More ›