Can an Insured’s Mental Incapacity or Insanity Convert Non-Accidental Conduct into an Accident?

Discussing the Challenges of Proving Mental Incapacity in Insurance Claims Can an Insured’s Mental Incapacity or Insanity Convert Non-Accidental Conduct into an Accident? Insurance claims can be complex and challenging, especially when it comes to determining the nature of an incident. One particular area of contention is whether an insured’s mental incapacity or insanity can … Read more

New Insurance Law: The Extension of California’s “Genuine Dispute” Doctrine to Disputes Over the Value of General Damages In UM/UIM Claims Handling

Introduction The New Insurance Law in California extends the “Genuine Dispute” doctrine to disputes over the value of general damages in Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) claims handling. This law aims to provide clarity and guidance in resolving disputes between insurance companies and policyholders regarding the compensation for general damages in UM/UIM claims. Overview of California’s New … Read more

New California Law Impacts “Time-Limited Demands” in the Insurance Industry

Introduction A new California law has been implemented that significantly impacts the insurance industry, specifically in relation to “time-limited demands.” This law introduces changes and regulations that affect the way insurance companies handle and respond to such demands. In this article, we will explore the key aspects of this law and its implications for the … Read more

Danny Worker to Join Munich Insurance Panel on Combatting Legal System Abuse

Introduction Danny Worker is a highly experienced professional who has been invited to join the Munich Insurance Panel on Combatting Legal System Abuse. With a strong background in law and a deep understanding of the complexities surrounding legal system abuse, Danny brings valuable expertise to the panel. His extensive knowledge and dedication to promoting justice … Read more

Insurer’s Mistake in Treating Non-Resident Relative as an Insured Under UM Coverage Of Umbrella Policy Did Not Create Coverage by Estoppel

Introduction An insurer’s mistake in treating a non-resident relative as an insured under the uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM) coverage of an umbrella policy did not create coverage by estoppel. Insurer’s Mistake in Treating Non-Resident Relative as an Insured Insurer’s Mistake in Treating Non-Resident Relative as an Insured Under UM Coverage Of Umbrella Policy Did Not Create … Read more