When you are injured in an accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another party, you expect to get paid. However, there is nothing more frustrating to someone who has been injured in an accident than destroying the value of their own injury claim.
Over 10,000 Michigan residents were forced to evacuate after both the Edenville and Sanford Dam breached, due to several days of heavy rain. Downtown Midland County and surrounding communities are now submerged under major flood waters.
- May 11, 2020
- By Samer Habbas, Esq
- In News & Information,
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused both state-mandated shutdowns and voluntary decisions for businesses to close their doors. To protect against these types of unforeseen disruptions, business owners purchase Business Interruption Insurance. However, insurance companies are doing everything they can to deny policyholders coverage under these claims.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) has no doubt impacted all aspects of our lives. Courts and judicial proceedings are not immune to the upheavals of this pandemic. In response, state courts across California are implementing a variety of measures to curtail public activity in many instances, and in others to shut down completely. Each court is making […]
Proposition 213 is a California state law that went into effect on November 6, 1996. This law is intended to restrict uninsured motorists from collecting non-economic damages resulting from a motor vehicle accident, even if the collision was not their fault. This article explains Prop 213 and how it affects drivers in California in more […]