March 03, 2006 BY | General
As a general rule, an accident which occurs while an employee is going to, or coming from, work, is not compensable in workers' compensation. ... Continue Reading
Tennessee Formally Adopts New Limitations To Coverage For Increased Cost Of Repair: Chattanooga Bank Associates V. Fidelity And Deposit Company Of Maryland
Insurers are generally presented with claims seeking reimbursement for the increased cost of repair or cost of code upgrades. However, sophisticated insureds often attempt to obtain coverage for the "increased cost of repair" to non-damaged property, arguing that "concurrent causation" principles apply. The "concurrent causation" doctrine creates coverage in a situation where a non-excluded cause is a substantial factor in producing the damage or inj ... Continue Reading
On February 20, 2006, John W. Oxendine, Georgia's Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner, issued a "Notice of Emergency Rulemaking" changing the one-year suit limitations contained in fire policies to four years. ... Continue Reading
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