General Liability

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In early April, the Eleventh Circuit found that qualified immunity does not shield jail guards from claims of deliberate indifference to serious medical needs of people in custody, after an Alabama man died from internal bleeding after being kept in a jail cell overnight. Conflicting accounts as to whether the …

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Gwinnett County, Georgia is known as a moderate venue. Conservative on some days. I’ve seen $100,000 in medical bills render a $2,000 verdict. This week though, the jury shocked me. Our firm was helping in a defense as Underinsured Motorist carrier in a case (Harry v. Matasic) with $50,000 in …

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The highest court in New York recently handed down a landmark decision which could have tremendous ramifications for cases in the State of New York, especially construction cases. The Court predominantly addressed the question of “When Does Coverage Extend to Additional Insureds in the State of New York?” The Court …

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Preface Much like the iPhone was dubbed “disruptive technology” because it changed the thinking of an industry, and Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is a “disruptive coach” given he takes “fired” coaches’ unsuccessful teams and immediately makes them successful, the Disruptive Lawyer embodies the right skills to disrupt – in a …