Monthly Archives: March 2013

Implied Co-Insured In Indiana Revisited

Can a landlord’s insurer subrogate against a negligent tenant in Indiana?  Before answering, be sure you are aware of recent caselaw in Indiana on the issue.  Indiana Courts have addressed this issue two times, and their recent decision confirms that

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Limitations of Liability Upheld

“This is a maritime case about a train wreck” is how Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor began the 2004 Supreme Court decision in Norfolk Southern v Kirby, 543 U.S. 14 (2004).  Since Kirby, other cases have tested legislative overlaps

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The Filed Rate Doctrine

Imagine that your insured’s house has caught on fire, but when a firefighter attempts to connect the water hose to the hydrant nearest the home, he cannot open the valve because he turned the valve in the wrong direction, breaking

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The Dangers of Sinkholes

  This past week an unfortunate nightmare came true – a family had the unthinkable horror of hearing and watching a loved one perish when a sinkhole opened under the man’s bedroom in his Florida home.  As has been reported,

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Fair is Fair: The Fifth Circuit Decides Fair Market Value in the Absence of a Market

  When Alon’s Big Spring, Texas oil refinery exploded on February 18, 2008, destroying Veolia’s waste treatment facility, Alon did not even bother to contest its liability for the damages to Veolia’s facility.  Nor did Alon dispute that the only

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