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4/3/2020· Insurance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Workers Compensation Insurance

By: Edward Priz, CPCU, APA

One question being asked is whether COVID-19 infections could be the basis for Workers Compensation claims by workers who feel they likely contracted the virus through work. At the moment, the best answer appears to be that’s unlikely for many workers, possible for some, and subject to change depending on future actions by state legislatures.

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12/11/2019· Insurance

New Medicare Advantage Long Term Care (LTC) Benefits Are On The Way

By: David Haass

New Medicare Advantage Long Term Care (LTC) benefits are on the way. LTC financing has become a crisis in America. With rising costs, increasing demand, and few resources to help pay for care, seniors and families are feeling the strain.

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10/2/2019· Insurance

Soaring Insurance Deductibles and High Drug Prices Hit Sick Americans with a Double Whammy

By: David Haass

In the national debate over health insurance, the Affordable Care Act gets the spotlight. However, most Americans don’t get their health insurance on the ACA's exchanges. They have insurance through their employers.

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12/8/2017· Insurance

What You, As a Personal Injury Victim, Should Know

By: Darryl Horowitt

Unfortunately, many of us at one time or another, will be a victim of an automobile accident which was simply not our fault. If you are injured, the law provides that you may be entitled to recover monetary damages for hospital expenses, medical treatment, prescriptions, lost wages, and other damages for pain and suffering. The amount of such damages differs based upon your injuries.

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2/10/2016· Insurance

Insurance Issues For Business Owners

By: Darryl Horowitt

In a previous issue of Legal Brief, I discussed protecting yourself with adequate auto insurance. This is, perhaps, the insurance that is most commonly bought, because every driver is required to be covered by automobile liability insurance. But what about business owners? Should they buy insurance as well?

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1/23/2012· Insurance

Using an Expert Witness: Tips to Maximize Their Value

By: Burl Daniel, CPCU, CIC, CRM

Insurance attorneys are busy people! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly court filings, deposition schedules, and courthouse deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and counseling clients on a daily basis.

12/15/2005· Coverage Analysis

The World Trade Center Property Insurance Trial: Lessons Learned?

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

Had the tragic events on 9/11/01 not occurred, we would have never learned about negligence, mistakes, errors and omissions, inconsistencies, and confusion that plagued the placement and negotiation of the property insurance program for the WTC and brought to light during the WTC trial

8/19/2004· Underwriting

All Should Use Greater Care Handling Underwriting Information

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

One of the tenets of insurance law is that parties to an insurance policy are expected to deal with each other in utmost good faith. Applicants for insurance or their brokers must disclose all relevant underwriting information fully and accurately to prospective insurers

12/21/2002· Coverage Analysis

To Rescind Or Not To Rescind?

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

An insurer may rescind its policy in the event of material misrepresentation or concealment of a fact by the insured. Misrepresentation is false statement of a fact by the insured

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10/15/2000· Coverage Analysis

Abandonment: One of Many Claim Management Strategies in the Disability Claims Arena

By: Arthur L. Fries, RHU

Picture this scenario: in the past, you were a successful dentist, surgeon, or chiropractor. Your hands were your livelihood. You worked in an area that involved a fine degree of tolerance, an area in which a mistake could be detrimental to the well being of your patients

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