After a barn collapsed in rural Dane County, should a subrogation waiver in the construction contract used for the structure prevent an insurance company from recovering money it had to pay out because of the disaster?
Safety nets come with great expense.
The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people.
Spend any time within spitting distance of a construction project and you’ll instantly feel how the crush of time pressure affects those involved in varying ways, with multiple ripple effects.
There has been a recent spate of appellate cases interpreting insurance policies, including Schinner v. Gundrum and Barrows v. Renfrow. In the newest, Phillips v. Parmelee, all three levels of courts agreed on the interpretation of an asbestos exclusion.
A Sheboygan insurance company is exempt from having to pay after a man accidentally killed his friend in Oconto County three years ago, an appeals court has ruled.
When you run a practice, cutting costs often is a must. Bargain prices on everything from office supplies to office space can make or break your business.
As a construction company or contractor, it is important to insulate yourself from potential liability for injuries and damage that are inevitable in the construction profession.
Federal trucking industry insurance standards from 1980 create safety hazards on American roads and prevent accident victims from being fully compensated, according to a new report from the American Association for Justice, a plaintiffs’ attorneys’ group.
While legal malpractice insurance is a necessity, overpaying for it is not. One key to getting the best rate for legal malpractice insurance is showing the insurance underwriter a law practice that’s set up to be low-risk.
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