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General liability versus professional liability: What is the difference?

There seems to be some confusion in the insurance industry about general liability and professional liability. These two forms of insurance are assumed to cover the same events for business professionals. It is important to note that there are some similarities between general liability insurance and professional liability insurance but they do not cover the same type of events. In …

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Zurich promotes Signorelli to team leader

On Wednesday, the Zurich Insurance Group appointed Sierra Signorelli as group manager and signed that the group's claims function will move to its commercial insurance unit. The changes, which take effect on October 1, come shortly after Zurich announced leadership changes in North America and other regions last week and the creation of a digital services platform. Ms. Signorelli, who …

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Denver comp program failed to implement recommendations: Auditor

The City and County of Denver & # 39 ;s Department of Finance failed to implement several recommendations on its worker compensation program made by an audit team in 2018, according to an audit released Thursday. In the report, Denver City Auditor Tim O & # 39; Brien noted that five out of 15 recommendations to reduce the risks associated …

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The insurer on the hook for arbitration costs for professional liability

The unit of Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has an obligation to defend a biopharmaceutical company in arbitration under its coverage of professional services, a federal court ruling Tuesday. Morrisville, North Carolina-based Inventive Clinical, LLC, formerly known as PharmaNet LLC, had coverage of professional services from the Hartford Navigators Specialty Insurance Co., according to the decision of the Third U.S. …

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Expert unnecessary in falling wine bottle cases

An expert was not needed in a negligence case against Costco Wholesale Corp., in a case where a customer claimed he was injured when a wine bottle fell off a conveyor belt, says a federal appeals court, in a divided opinion that "This was a legal claim for negligence in state law, "said the majority view from a panel of …

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The family can not sue because of the ditches

The family of a man who died two days after a ditch collapsed on him can not sue his employer, an Ohio appeals court ruled Tuesday and upheld a court decision that found the employer was not negligent despite several U.S. job security and health offenses. and health care administration. Marcus A. Mennett worked for Stauffer Site Services LLC, which …

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No rosy with toilet garden

It is said that a man's rubbish is another man's treasure. But what about old toilets? Lawyers for the village of Potsdam, New York, moved on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit filed in federal court in August over several "toilet gardens" belonging to a man who sees the bouquets in the chests of drawers. Frederick “Hank” Robar filed a complaint …

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