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Commentary: NFL Suspends Helmet, Concussion Study
The National Football League has quietly announced that it is suspending a pilot program to track player concussions with helmet sensors. The sensors track the frequency and ...
Patients Get Bionics After Hand Amputations
Suit Filed Against Purina Alleges Food Sickens, Kills Dogs
Legislators Introduce Bill to Improve Wildfire Disaster Relief and Prevention
NCAA Schools Threatened by Liability Related to Storming Court
Study Provides Reasons for Increasing Hospital Costs in Workers’ Comp
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Global Cat Report Finds 2014 Insured Losses Lowest in 5 Years
In 2014, significant insured losses totaled approximately $33 billion, a dramatic drop compared to the historic insured losses seen in 2011, which totaled approximately $126 ...
Canada to Create Special Fund to Pay for Crude Rail Spills
Hackers Stole Nearly $1B From Banks Across the Globe
Costa Concordia Captain Sentenced to 16 Years for Shipwreck
Concordia Captain’s Defense Team Defends Slow Evacuation Order
Mexico Raises Death Toll From Hospital Gas Explosion
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Former New Jersey Mayor Pleads Guilty to Insurance Fraud Charge
A former northern New Jersey mayor has admitted making false statements to police and an insurance company in a bid to cover up a hit-and-run accident. Former Roselle Mayor ...
Manhattan Duane Reade Store Cited $77,400 for Obstacle Course to Exits
Federal Officials Encouraging on Massachusetts Disaster Relief
Notifying Additional Insureds of Coverage Denials Under New York Law
Carnegie Mellon Team has Fought Computer Viruses Since 1988
New Hampshire Lawmakers Tackle High Workers’ Comp Costs
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Michigan Court Rules in Favor of Insurer, $130K Judgment in Marijuana House Fire
An insurance company can recover more than $130,000 from a Michigan woman whose home burned down when her then-husband smoked marijuana oil in the basement, an appeals court said ...
Oil Patch Highway Most Dangerous Road in North Dakota
Ohio City Won’t Pay for Sinkhole-Damaged Truck
Iowa Man Pleads Guilty in Home Insurance Fraud Case
Illinois Legislation Proposes Metal Theft Task Force
Ohio Insurance Department Reveals Top Fraud, Enforcement Cases
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BP Appeals Federal Judge’s Ruling Gulf Oil Spill Size
BP Plc on Monday appealed a federal judge's finding of the size of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which leaves the company potentially liable to pay $13.7 billion in fines. In ...
Oklahoma Hosts 4th Annual National Tornado Summit
Former Texas Claims Manager Guilty in $2M Insurance Fraud Scam
No Coverage Under Transocean’s $750M Insurance Policy for BP Spill
Texas High Court Finds No Direct Action Rule Can Apply to DJ Actions Brought Against Insurers in Some Cases
Oklahoma Woman Sues Energy Firms Claiming Quake Damage
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Hundreds of Florida Tobacco Lawsuits Settle for $100M
A $100 million settlement has been reached between three major tobacco companies and hundreds of people who sued them for smoking-related deaths and illnesses in Florida federal ...
Workers’ Comp Rule Changes Could Save $27M Annually in North Carolina
Gas Vapor May be Cause of West Virginia Oil Train Blast
Tiny Devices Set to Change How Florida Monitors Hurricanes, Rising Sea Levels
Despite Safety Concerns Older Oil Train Cars May Be Rolling for Years
Citizens Reports $4.9M in Subrogation Recoveries in 2014
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Arizona Workers Have No Blanket Right to Travel Expenses in Injury Cases
A court ruling says Arizona workers being treated for on-the-job injuries aren't entitled to travel expenses if they haven't shown they cannot get necessary care locally. The ...
Nevada Governor Signs Bill That Will Tighten Construction Defect Suit Rules
Offsetting Third Party Recoveries Against UIM Benefits
Nevada Lawmakers Consider Bill to Create Pedestrian Safety Zones
Dozens Injured After California Commuter Train Hits Truck on Tracks
Oregon Recorded 50 Fire-Related Deaths in 2014
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