Spoliation of evidence is defined as not only the intentional destruction of evidence, but also any change or alteration of evidence through neglect, inadvertence, ... Continue Reading
Residency And Repairs: Court Affirms Insured Must Reside At Premises And Carrier Did Not Waive Defenses In Commencing Repairs
September 04, 2011 BY | Insurance and Reinsurance Law
While insurance companies must always be mindful of actions or statements that may later come back to haunt them by operating as a waiver of certain ... Continue Reading
Newton's Law Of…Workers' Compensation: For Every Defense Ime, There Is An Equal And Opposite Claimant's Ime
As a fundamental concept in the Georgia Workers' Compensation system, by having a legal obligation to provide lifetime medical treatment for an ... Continue Reading
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