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Mississippi Court Holds Defense Costs Outside of Limits
Posted on 2 Nov 2015 by Brian Margolies

In its recent decision in Federal Ins. Co. v. Singing River Health System , 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 134814 (S.D. Miss. October 2, 2015), [subscribers can access an enhanced version of this opinion: | Lexis Advance ], the United States District... Read More

Pennsylvania Federal Court Gives Policyholders An Enhanced TSA Pat-Down
Posted on 23 Dec 2010 by Randy J. Maniloff

Eastern District Recognizes Insurer’s Right of Reimbursement of Settlement Payments By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP We’ve all been there. An insurer is defending its insured in an action under a reservation of rights... Read More

Underwriting Is a Risk Taking Exercise – Car Crusher Not a Trailer
Posted on 26 Nov 2013 by Barry Zalma

An insurance company is entitled to determine for itself what risks it will accept, and therefore to know all the facts relative to the condition of the applicant’s property. It has the unquestioned right to select those whom it will insure and... Read More