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Lawyer Thinking About Work, On the Way To The Office, Is Not Working
Posted on 10 Jun 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

Coverage Opinions Gets A Mention In The Wall Street Journal Law Blog Cases involving coverage under automobile policies do not usually get a lot of play in Coverage Opinions (what is “use of an auto” cases are sometimes an exception;... Read More

“Coverage For Dummies” Comes Early – Whoa! You Gotta See This. Perhaps the Greatest “Dummies” Case Ever
Posted on 2 Jun 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

I have been writing “Coverage for Dummies” for the past six years. It is published at the beginning of the year and looks back at the best examples, from the year just completed, of people who did really dumb stuff and then attempted to secure... Read More

The Napa Earthquake – The Time To Think About Insurance Coverage Is Now
Posted on 30 Sep 2014 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

By David Smith Last month's Napa earthquake served as a wake-up call for everyone living and working in the Greater Bay Area. As with all natural disasters, after the immediate clean-up is over the analysis will begin as to how to make buildings... Read More

Is There Coverage for Assaulting Your Employee? Business Dispute Not Covered by Homeowners
Posted on 18 Jun 2015 by Barry Zalma

A Homeowners policy provides worldwide liability insurance coverage to the homeowners subject to various exclusions and limitations. In Perry v. Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company , Not Reported in A.3d, 2015 Del. Super. LEXIS 267 (Del.Super., 6... Read More

“In the Business Of” Trucking
Posted on 21 May 2014 by Barry Zalma

Acceptance Casualty Insurance Company (Acceptance) sought review of a published decision of the court of appeals that had affirmed the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of Great West Casualty Company (Great West). Both Acceptance... Read More