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Texas Appellate Court Advises If You Claim Under A Contract, You Are Subject To All Its Terms, Even Arbitration
This dispute arose out of Exxon's attempt to obtain coverage as an additional insured under the umbrella policy issued to one of its contractors for its exposure arising from the April 2013 Exxon refinery fire...
United States
21 Jul 2017
Reconsidering Position On Covered Property Damage During Appraisal To Further Claim Resolution Does Not Warrant Bad Faith Damages
After a hailstorm, Insureds sought recovery for damage from their property carrier. The initial adjuster estimated the covered damage at less than the deductible...
United States
7 Apr 2017
Attorney Not Entitled To Defense Against Claim For Reimbursement Of Fees
Attorney Edwards represented his client, a diver formerly in the employ of Cal-Dive, in a personal injury claim alleging a brain injury.
United States
3 Jan 2017
Louisiana Court Holds Documents Created By Loss Prevention And Claims Management Companies Are Not Protected As Work-Product
A tug towing company employee was injured while he was aboard a vessel owned by the defendant, Crosby Tugs, L.L.C. Crosby sought production of documents from Aucoin Claims Service.
United States
28 Sep 2016
Responsible Party Under OPA Not Responsible For Damages Resulting From Government Imposed Moratorium And Permitorium
Judge Barbier found Plaintiffs had failed to sustain their burden of plausibly alleging claims which satisfied OPA's causation standard, and thus granted BP's Motion to Dismiss.
United States
6 Jul 2016
Fact Findings Of District Court Only Reversed On Appeal If Clearly Wrong
The Louisiana Supreme Court took the opportunity presented by this case to remind appellate courts, parties and attorneys how difficult it is to overturn a trial court's factual findings on appeal.
United States
8 Apr 2016
Claims Dismissed Against Deepwater Horizon Clean-Up Responders
Though the primary claims of the Deepwater Horizon matter have been resolved, various classes of claims and associated legal issues remain, adding to the arsenal of law developed as a result of this catastrophe.
United States
6 Apr 2016
Failure To Accept Or Deny Claim Within 15 Days Of Receipt Of Adequate Information Warranted Statutor
Weiser-Brown Operating Company experienced an event during drilling operations on its Viking No. 1 well in August 2008.
United States
4 Jan 2016
Prompt Payment Required Under Policy Cannot Be Delayed Due To Potential For Contractual Indemnity
Cameron International Corporation, the manufacturer of the blow out preventer, was one of the Deepwater Horizon defendants in thousands of suits arising from the 2010 Macondo Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
United States
4 Jan 2016
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