A Florida state legislator proposed repealing the state’s personal injury protection auto insurance, also known as “no-fault” auto insurance, by 2019. State Representative Bill Hager filed the bill as a means to combat fraud in the state’s auto insurance system. State Senator Jeff Brandes filed a nearly identical version of the same bill in the […]

Forecasts from the National Weather Service show that 2016 will have some of the most severe weather patterns in more than 30 years. A system known as “El Niño” could bring high amounts of rain and snow to the more arid locations of the country. These predictions could signal a dangerous trend for homeowners who […]

An immigration lawsuit settlement will allow almost 100 deported Mexicans to return to the U.S. The immigration lawsuit settlement stems from a class-action suit alleging that immigration officials failed to inform undocumented immigrants of their rights. The terms of the settlement will allow nearly 100 Mexicans who had previously resided in the U.S. to return […]

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The Massachusetts Division of Insurance rejected a request from a leading insurance provider to enforce a homeowners insurance deductible on homes damaged by last winter’s storms. Mapfre USA Corporation, the largest commercial home insurer in the state, requested that customers pay an additional homeowners insurance deductible of up to $10,000 for homes damaged by ice […]

A recent report showed that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has paid out $871 million in medical malpractice lawsuit settlements since 2006. The report, compiled by the Daily Caller News Foundation, also showed that the average VA medical malpractice lawsuit settlement for the last ten years was $200,000, with eight cases involving settlements of […]

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A Nevada man has filed an immigration lawsuit to overturn the denial of his wife’s 1994 visa application. Jose Isabel Esparza, 69, is pursuing the immigration lawsuit to find out why the visa application filed by his wife, Maria, now 65, was denied. The suit claims that immigration officials misapplied the law when they cited […]

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Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi filed a brief with the state’s Supreme Court asking the justices to uphold a law that puts medical malpractice lawsuit award limits in place. The court is currently hearing a case that challenges a 2003 law that establishes medical malpractice lawsuit award limits on non-economic damages. Ms. Bondi wrote the […]

Officials with the Texas Department of Family Services are considering granting child care licenses to immigration detention centers that hold young children. The immigration detention centers, known as “family residential centers” by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), currently hold dozens of families seeking asylum in the U.S. The move to grant these facilities licenses […]

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Terry Corso, former guitarist for the band Alien Ant Farm, filed a medical malpractice lawsuit claiming that a surgeon left a piece of gauze in his abdomen during a surgical procedure. Mr. Corso also claims that the surgery led to the derailment of his musical career, as he was unable to record or tour with […]

A leading member of the Massachusetts state senate has called on the state’s director of insurance to review a recent homeowners insurance rate increase. State Senator Michael J. Barrett, chairman of the Senate’s Post Audit and Oversight Committee, wrote a letter to Insurance Commissioner Daniel Judson regarding the homeowners insurance rate increase the office granted […]

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