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How is past average earned income calculated . If a disabled policy holder received a W-2 from a small corporation, - Can the disability carrier reduce P.A.E.I. based on corporate losses - thereby reducing benefits? any case law
In some state insurance is mandatory. Insurance is not bad as long as you choose the right insurance company that could really help you. Since recession has hit our country, bankruptcy filings for large business firms have become pandemic across the globe, including U.S. firms that have traditionally been mainstays. Some bankruptcy filings came as surprises and some not so much. For instance, Gottschalks, a clothing retail chain on the West Coast, Hartmax, the tailored clothing company that President Obama gets his suits from, and Magna Entertainment, the company that owns the racetrack that hosts the Preakness. A payday loan couldn't save them. More filings are expected to follow. Some of these smaller firms weren't given the option of debt relief from the taxpayers, but many more bankruptcy filings are sure to follow.
Welcome to the Insurance Law Center, Symonds! I''m glad that you find our content helpful. Drop me a line about any new insurance law blogs you may learn about--we''ll be updating our list for 2009 and look to our community for this type of input.
On October 16, 2009, in a lawsuit brought by owners of property along the Mississippi Gulf coast that
On April 12, 2010, Machua Millett of EAPD's Insurance and Reinsurance Department provided a brief
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The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas recently ruled that a professional liability
By Chip Merlin, Managing Partner, Merlin Law Group I hate to make doomsday predictions, but there is
On April 27, 2010, the Homeowners' Defense Act of 2009, H.R. 2555 (the "Act") was passed
PICC Property and Casualty Company (PICC), China's largest non-life insurer, reported an increase
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