Tag: insurance

Options When Insurance Will Not Pay Your Claim
Suppose you own a small business just outside of Chicago. It is a small retail establishment that you have been operating for about 5 years. Business is good and your [...]
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Cybersecurity Breaches at the heart of Mass Litigation, Paranoia, and Executive Movement
National and global cybersecurity is an ongoing and escalating concern, with breaches of the likes of Sony, Target, and JPMorgan all making major news last year and implicating personal identifiable information of [...]
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Liberty Mutual’s Decision Highlights Importance of Cybersecurity
Showing just how important cybersecurity can be for one’s business, Liberty Mutual, one of the largest insurance companies in the country, recently informed one of its policy-holders, Schnuck’s, a grocery [...]
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Insurance Company to Pay for Legal Defense of California Doctor
We recently featured two posts in our Emergency Business Litigation blog discussing an insurance case here in Illinois. In that case, the courts ruled that the insurance company was not responsible for [...]
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Appellate Decision–West American Insurance Company Not Responsible to Defend Midwest Open MRI
The matter before the appellate court was that of Midwest’s appeal of the granted motion for judgment, which the appellate court reviewed de novo. First, the appellate court grappled with [...]
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West American Insurace v. Midwest Open MRI, Inc
The case between West American Insurance Company and Midwest Open MRI was a result of an earlier lawsuit filed against Midwest MRI by a competitor, Advanced Physicians. West American filed [...]
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Legal Implications of Hurricanes
You may be wondering what the legal implications of hurricanes are. Ever consider who’s responsible if a tree were to fall on your house or your car? What if the [...]
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