Day: March 8, 2018

Pennsylvania Can Be Held Liable for Injuries Caused by Guardrail in Crash

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a state’s dialect of transport (PennDOT) can be hold probable for injuries caused by an allegedly dangerous guardrail on a Pennsylvania highway. The justice found that under a state’s Sovereign Immunity Act, exemptions for emperor shield request to indemnification caused by a...

Alera Group Acquires Connecticut’s Benefit Planning Services

Alera Group, a inhabitant worker benefits, skill and casualty, risk government and resources government firm, has acquired Benefit Planning Services (BPS), located in Norwalk, Conn. Terms of a transaction were not disclosed. BPS has been focused on providing advantages solutions given 1980. It offers a accumulation of services from...

Hub Acquires Assets of Massachusetts’ Leitao Insurance Agency

Hub International Limited (Hub), a tellurian word brokerage, has acquired a resources of Leitao Insurance Agency Inc. (Leitao). Terms of a merger were not disclosed. Located in Ludlow, Mass., Leitao is a multi-line word brokerage organisation providing personal and blurb lines products. Hub is committed to flourishing organically and...

Snowy Nor’easter Brings Threat of More Power Problems

Another snowy, blowy nor’easter threatened a new spin of energy outages as it began relocating adult a East Coast on Wednesday, causing officials to tighten schools and supervision offices and lifting concerns for application business still perplexing to rebound behind from an progressing storm. A wintry brew of sleet...

Helping Employers Understand Insurance Coverage for Sexual Harassment Claims

It’s scarcely unfit to review a news these days yet saying headlines of allegations of passionate bungle in a workplace. The news is in spin call employers to consternation what role, if any, word plays in doing claims should they arise. As Marie-France Gelot, comparison clamp boss and word...

Rewrite of Senate Banking Bill Tough for Wall Street Banks

Wall Street banks don’t have many to applaud in what’s substantially a final chronicle of a check easing financial manners that is headed for a U.S. Senate vote. Late Wednesday, Senate Banking Chairman Mike Crapo, an Idaho Republican, due some last-minute changes to his renovate of a Dodd-Frank Act....

Los Angeles County to Pay Nearly $6M in Brain Damaged Inmate Suit

Los Angeles County officials have voted to compensate scarcely $6 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed a jail invalid was left mind shop-worn and infirm given his medical problems weren’t scrupulously treated. The loosening fit was filed on interest of Juan Garza, who was 22 when he was...

Abuse Cases Against California Jehovah’s Witnesses Congregations Settled

Two group who contend they were intimately abused by a personality during Jehovah’s Witnesses congregations in San Diego, Calif. in a 1990s have staid their lawsuits opposite a church’s ruling body. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that a settlements were finalized final week. Both sides contend they aren’t certified...

Nurse in Hawaii Awarded Nearly $4M For Harassment

A Honolulu helper has been awarded scarcely $4 million after an picture of a knot was taped to her locker and a extremist note was left in her sanatorium mailbox. A jury on Wednesday awarded former Queen’s Medical Center helper Ellen Harris $630,000 in ubiquitous indemnification and $3.2 million...

$1M for Woman in Hawaii Injured by Coconut Tree

The Honolulu City Council has authorized a $1 million allotment with a lady who sued a city for injuries she postulated when a coconut tree struck her in 2012. Ana Krogh-Doyle was a rival surfer before being struck by a tree during Kuhio Beach Park, a Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported....