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    As an insured, it is important to understand the prior acts exclusion in your insurance policy. The prior act exclusion bars coverage for claims that arise out of an act prior to the policy period or specified date in the policy. Knowing this, an insured typically can get some prior acts coverage to cover claims that arise out of an act that precedes the policy period (e.g.

    Florida Construction Legal Updates- 4 readers -
  • Racism, American style

    As someone who grew up in a small town in South Dakota, I confess a longstanding ignorance of the legitimate concerns and grievances of African Americans in the United States. I’ve never been racially profiled; no one has ever crossed the street to avoid walking by me on the sidewalk; I’ve never been called a nigger, and I’ve never had to contend with the reality that my Coun ...

    Lamberton Law Firm, LLC- 9 readers -
  • Why Is Truck Driving Such a Dangerous Job?

    Hi there, I am a Personal Injury Attorney in Houston. Truck driving is a dangerous job. In 2015, more than 25 percent of all workplace fatalities in America occurred in the trucking industry. So, what exactly makes this such a dangerous occupation? Pay structure. Because truck drivers are often paid by the mile, not by the hour, they are forced to choose between productivity and safety.

    Houston Personal Injury Attorney- 10 readers -
  • 10 Bike Safety Tips

    In order to prevent bicycle accidents that often lead to serious injuries like broken bones, abrasions, and head trauma, practicing bicycle safety is imperative. In honor of May’s Bike Safety Month, Staver Law Group has compiled this list of 10 bike safety tips that can reduce the risk of bicycle accidents and the life-altering injuries that come with them.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 8 readers -
  • More Problems for Wells Fargo with Proper Credit Reporting

    It seems like Wells Fargo just can’t stay out of the news. A class action lawsuit was recently filed in the Eastern District of California, specifically Sacramento, California, alleging that Wells Fargo deliberately failed to update consumer credit reports following a Bankruptcy discharge. This, in essence, defeats the entire purpose of the fresh start of bankruptcy.

    Amy Tanner/ Bond and Botes- 3 readers -

    Contracts oftentimes contain conditions precedent to payment or another affirmative obligation. The condition precedent needs to occur to trigger a party’s obligation to perform. If the condition precedent does not occur, then the obligation to perform is never triggered. Contracting parties need to understand and appreciate conditions precedent to perform in their contract.

    Florida Construction Legal Updates- 9 readers -
  • Richard William Lunn Martin—Unsuitable Recommendations

    Richard William Lunn Martin Allegedly Made Recommendations for Long-term Holding, Non-traditional Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) to All of His Customers; Martin Allegedly Made Claims that the Global Economy was on the Precipice of Catastrophe Richard William Lunn Martin allegedly made recommendations for long-term holding, non-traditional exchange traded funds (ETF’s) to all of his customers, acco.

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 11 readers -
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