Monthly Archives: November 2011

When is an Expert Report a Draft and When is it a Report? That is the Question.

When to draft an expert report is an area of disagreement amongst subrogation professionals, attorneys and experts. Typically the attorney will request that an expert wait to draft a report until discovery is complete and the deadline to designate testifying

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Prescribed Burns: The Importance of Determining Your State’s Approach to Liability

Over the last several years, the insurance industry has experienced significant losses due to wildfires. In many instances, the wildfires resulted from the carelessness of a camper, or the criminal conduct of an arsonist. Wildfires have also been caused by

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Certificate of Merit Requirement in Federal Diversity Cases

In a recent opinion filed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Liggon-Redding v. Sugarman, the Third Circuit decided that Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 1042.3, requiring the filing of a certificate of merit in

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Crane Collapse Investigation – Recovering From the Tipping Point

A mobile crane collapse can cause devastating results in terms of production, property damage and personal injury. Despite the potential for significant costs, a mobile crane collapse can provide recovery opportunities depending upon the circumstances of the accident. The following

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