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Settlement Offer In Insurance Case

The “Offer of Settlement Rule” is relatively new to Texas law and is codified in the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code, Section 42.002.  This rule was discussed to a small degree in a case from the Corpus Christi Court … Continue reading

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Insurance Demand Letter Used For Federal Jurisdiction

Demand letters to an insurance company can be used as evidence to make even a small case subject to federal jurisdiction.  This is illustrated in a case from the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division.  It is styled, Veronica … Continue reading

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Can I Stay on My Spouse’s Illinois Health Insurance After Divorce?

Financial preparation prior to filing for divorce can substantially ease your stress during and after divorce. If you have been out of the workforce for some years, the idea of becoming self-supporting can be daunting. The three biggest expenses you … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment to Insurance Company in Dog Bite Case

In a Cape Cod dog bite injury lawsuit, there can be a wide variety of issues. As always, the burden of proof lies on the party asserting the claim. Insurance coverage can be an issue in some cases. Depending on … Continue reading

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Del. Court Addresses Summary Judgement Issues in Dole Foods Take-Private Transaction Insurance Coverage Litigation

The long-running insurance coverage litigation arising from the settlements of the shareholder claims filed in connection with the Dole Food Company’s November 2013 “going private” transaction continues to work its way through the Delaware court. In the latest development in … Continue reading

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