As a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products. We are seeing an increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective product. Therefore, we would like to remind you of the following Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalls.
While handling Medical Payment (Med Pay) lien claims for insurance clients, an issue I run across is when the insurance client files a Med Pay claim in Intercompany Arbitration to protect the Med Pay claim and the insurance client is named party in its insured’s personal injury lawsuit to protect...
Under Indiana law, the theory of Negligent Entrustment allows for an injured party to recover from the owner of a vehicle who negligently allowed another person to use the vehicle. Negligent entrustment is most common in auto claims, although there are other circumstances where it is applicable.
Just like utilities, the actions of a cooperative employee can cause fires. Unlike claims against a public utility, claims against electric cooperatives can be pursued in court without having to fight over whether the PUCO has jurisdiction.
In the course of trying to collect from uninsured motorists, some insurers and their vendors may use promissory notes. It is important to remember that for these notes to be valid and collectible there are rules the insurer should follow.
Keis George LLP is pleased to announce associate attorney Kevin F. Keeley has been promoted to partner. Based in the Chicago, Illinois office, Keeley is a key contributor to the firm’s complex litigation practice and public affairs.
Keis George litigates personal and commercial product liability matters. Therefore, we would like to remind you about the following CPSC recalls.
The Illinois Dead Man’s Act strongly constricts the ability of a Plaintiff to present evidence in cases in which the Defendant is deceased. As with any good rule based in old English common law, it comes with its own lyrical phrase: since a decedent’s lips are sealed by death, a...
More and more, we are seeing a significant increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective product. This is why it is so important we remind you of these product recalls.
Many firms litigate but few actually litigate a product liability matter to completion. This is why we work with clients to bundle these matters to increase the settlement value and decrease operational costs. Therefore, we would like to remind you of the following CPSC recalls...