Month: April 2021

What Activities Are You Not Allowed to Do While on Workers Comp?
Legal

What Activities Are You Not Allowed to Do While on Workers Comp?

Having to go on worker’s compensation is not exactly the most entertaining or pleasurable things you can do. Not only does it often involve rather significant and sometimes debilitating pain due to the injuries sustained on the job that lead to the compensation, but it also comes included with a number of things that you […]

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Are There Any Benefits to Filing Bankruptcy After Divorce?
Legal

Are There Any Benefits to Filing Bankruptcy After Divorce?

Divorce is not always a messy thing, but it sure as heck has the potential to be. Divorces often come about as a result of falling out of love, but just as often, they come about as a result of something far more problematic occurring. But one thing that needs to be talked about more […]

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Shangri La App
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Always in the Game with The New Feature-Rich Shangri La App

Shangri La’s new mobile app boasts extensive sports betting options as well as an impressive casino section and live dealer platform. In addition to a huge selection of gaming offers, generous bonuses and secure banking are waiting for you – all in a convenient mobile application format! The interface of the application is pleasant and […]

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Want To Use The PDF Format? Know All the Benefits Served
Business

Want To Use The PDF Format? Know All the Benefits Served

People are using the documents to share in the online mode at a more significant aspect and that also using the PDF format is in the trend. For business purposes, an individual has to involve himself in a lot of documentation work, and it really becomes difficult to have a record of files. But suppose […]

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Procedural Posture
Legal

Procedural Posture

Defendant liability insurer refused to provide a defense in an action against plaintiff insured on the ground that the insured Salmon Norway, Inc. had failed to timely report the claim as required under the terms of two insurance policies issued by the insurer. The insured sued the insurer for breach of contract. The Los Angeles […]

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The insurer provided general liability insurance
Legal

The insurer provided general liability insurance

Plaintiff insurer appealed a judgment of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County (California), which ruled that the insurer was entitled to equitable contribution from defendant coinsurers in an amount less than it had sought. The insurer provided general liability insurance policies to the operators of an oil refining and recycling business, who were sued […]

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Why Should One Hire an Estate Litigation Attorney?
Real Estate Law

Why Should One Hire an Estate Litigation Attorney?

Litigation is a legal process that happens when legal issues are brought forth in the odds of validity. It has been seen and observed that disputes of any matter happen between heirs. However, it could also occur between heirs and the executor or trustee in any real estate property. The process could be highly complicated […]

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The Best Financial Advice for Those in Their Early 20s
Business

The Best Financial Advice for Those in Their Early 20s

When you reach your 20s, you might think that you already know everything. However, it is important that you plan for ahead. Following financial advice early on will help you make the most of your time so that you can have that perfect life that you have always wanted in the future. There is no […]

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Procedural Posture
Business

Procedural Posture

Class action plaintiff (borrower) sued defendant federal savings and loan association (lender) in the Contra Costa County Superior Court, California. The borrower’s causes of action under Cal. Civ. Code § 2943(c)(6) and Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 were dismissed on grounds of preemption and summary judgment was granted the lender on the remaining […]

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Procedural Posture
Business

Procedural Posture

Petitioner insurer requested a writ of mandate, seeking to overturn a respondent court’s decision, which denied petitioner’s request for punitive damages and attorney’s fees and which sustained the insureds’ demurrer on petitioner’s claim for tortious breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Overview Petitioner insurer issued a policy providing earthquake coverage to […]

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