Day: March 5, 2018

Property Owners Win $1M Jury Award in Ohio Turnpike Lawsuit

The owners of a parcel of reduction than a half-acre taken by Ohio’s turnpike elect for a construction plan has won a $1 million visualisation from a northeast Ohio jury for land a elect attempted to acquire for reduction than $12,000. The Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports a Lorain County jury...

Man Injured by Gas in Iowa Hog Barn Awarded Nearly $1.2M

A male felled by poisonous gas inside a northwest Iowa sow capture stable has won scarcely $1.2 million for his injuries. An O’Brien County jury conference a lawsuit hearing found skill owners Patrick Probst inattentive for a 2014 occurrence and awarded Thomas Mook a money. Probst had been pumping...

AIG Partners with Expedia to Provide Travel Insurance

Insurer American International Group Inc on Friday pronounced that it has struck a understanding with online transport services provider Brand Expedia Group to sell transport word to a company’s tellurian customers. The pierce is partial of a devise by AIG Chief Executive Officer Brian Duperreault to grow a word...

Zoning Changes Post-Harvey a Concern for Some Texas Homeowners

Some Southeast Texas homeowners have lifted concerns about houses in neighborhoods flooded by Hurricane Harvey being altered from residential to blurb zones. Several replaced residents in Dickinson worry that businesses will buy flood-damaged homes and catch comparison neighborhoods, The Galveston County Daily News reported. Dickinson Mayor Julie Masters doesn’t...

Judge Stays Lawsuits over Oklahoma Earthquakes

Oklahoma residents who are suing oil and gas producers for trembler repairs to their homes and businesses contingency now wait for a sovereign judge’s preference in another case. Judge Phillip Corley postulated a stay with a sustenance for monitoring until Sept. 6 in a cases involving White Star Petroleum...

Company Wants Appeals Court to Lift Halt in Louisiana Oil Pipeline Work

A association building a wanton oil tube in Louisiana has asked a sovereign appeals justice to lift a judge’s sequence that temporarily halts tube construction work in a swamp. Bayou Bridge Pipeline LLC asked a 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for an “emergency stay” that would postpone a...

Mississippi’s Coldwater River Reaches Record Flood Level

Volunteers are sandbagging homes in a Mississippi Delta, as complicated rains pull a stream toward a record flood. Pastor Anthony Dean tells WREG-TV that during slightest one home has already flooded in Quitman County, as a Coldwater River spreads over a county’s prosaic terrain. The National Weather Service projects...

Chicago Announces Transit Security Upgrades on Trains, Buses

Chicago has announced $33 million in confidence upgrades on a Chicago Transit Authority complement saved by a ride-hailing use fee. Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s bureau says a new module — dubbed “Safe and Secure” — will ascent 3,800 older-model complement cameras to high-definition. It’ll also supplement 1,000 new cameras. Among...

California Surplus Lines Association Names Gilbert Chair, Elects 2018 Board

The members of a Surplus Line Association of California have inaugurated Robert Gilbert of Markel West Insurance Services as a new chair of a SLA Board of Directors. Gilbert’s choosing was finalized after a SLA tallied a final ballots from members who were incompetent to attend a SLA Annual...