New Update to Ohio Revised Code 2323.44, Rights of Subrogee

There is a Court that has issued a ruling interpreting Ohio Revised Code 2323.44 as it relates to subrogation. The…

Federal Tort Claims Process

The Federal Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. 2671-2680, provides an avenue for a plaintiff to recover against the United States…

Keis George Continues Midwest Expansion Adding Office in Indiana

Keis George LLP is pleased to announce we have continued our Midwest expansion, adding an office in Indianapolis, Indiana. The…

Ross Vandegriff Joins Keis George

Keis George LLP is pleased to welcome the addition of Ross A. Vandegriff as attorney in the Indianapolis, Indiana office.…

National Fire Protection Association and NFPA 921

For the first time in 1992, nearly 100 years after its inception, the NFPA published its “Guide for Fire and…

Illinois Deductible Reimbursement

In this article, we’ll help you distinguish administrative expenses from incurred expenses. Deductible reimbursement surfaces when you successfully subrogate a…

Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls

If you are a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products. We are seeing a significant…

Ethan Clark Joins Property Subrogation Practice

Clark is at the forefront of his peers as his understanding of the changing nature of litigation allows him to…

Negligence Standard: Public Roadways versus Private Parking Lots or Roads

An auto accident that takes place on a public roadway has a different negligence duty versus an auto accident in…

Indiana Claims Against Governmental Entities

We receive many cases involving claims against governmental entities. In Indiana, it is permissible to sue a governmental entity in…

The Economic Loss Rule

The Economic Loss Rule is a doctrine that prohibits recovery for an economic loss resulting from a wrongful act or…

Illinois Tort Immunity

Suits against “local public entities,” including counties, townships, municipalities, municipal corporations, school districts, park districts, fire protection districts, and sanitary…

Product Recalls and Defects

If you are a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products. We are seeing a significant…

When does the PUCO have jurisdiction over a claim

In Ohio, as in most states, public utilities have significant influence and power. One way in which the utility exercises…

Subrogation Recovery on a Workers’ Compensation Lien

Did you know that it is still possible to pursue subrogation recovery on a workers’ compensation lien for a lien…

A Workers' Compensation Dilemma

What happens when a worker injured in a third-party settles a personal injury claim with a liability insurer before receiving…

Tort Times: It's All About Relationships

As you know from my last article, I haven’t been a practicing attorney for long. I will admit in the…

Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls

More and more, we are seeing property damage caused by water, fire, and explosions as a direct result of a…

What is a Political Subdivision

Some interesting highlights from the statute include county hospitals along with their commissioners and trustees, port authorities, fire and ambulance…

Sub-contractor Liability

From a negligence perspective, Illinois common law maintains a separation of liability between independent and general contractors.

Midea Dehumidifiers Recalled

Working a Midea dehumidifier file to recovery can be frustrating. If your Midea file isn’t moving forward and the Statute…

Product Recalls and Defects

We have litigated product liability matters involving residential and commercial appliances, gas explosions, cellulose insulation, and sprinkler, plumbing and other…

Subrogation Recovery Following a Natural Disaster

When an Act of God occurs it is important to consider all potential sources of injury, including whether there is…

Federal Rule of Evidence 702 and Daubert

Expert opinions are crucial to obtaining a favorable outcome in a case. A party should ensure that the expert’s opinions…