Month: September 2019

Death at Orland Square Mall: Who Is Liable?

Published on September 25, 2019, by Matthew Sharp

Personal Injury

Mall owners have a legal duty to provide a safe environment for customers and they are generally liable for accidents and injuries that occur on their premises. Liability for Mall Accidents and Injuries State and federal laws require mall and shopping center owners to protect visitors on their property from harm. This makes property owners liable for foreseeable accidents and injuries. Mall owners are not held liable for every injury that occurs on the premises, however. Foreseeable accidents are often caused by negligence on the part of the [...]
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Will the INSURANCE Act Help Make Truck Crash Victims Whole?

Published on September 4, 2019, by Matthew Sharp

Trucking Accident

The Insurance Act will update the minimums required for liability insurance for commercial truckers to keep up with inflation and cover medical costs for injury victims. Liability Insurance for Commercial Truckers A new Insurance Act will ensure that minimum liability insurance requirements for commercial truckers are updated to meet inflation rates. Two proposed bills, currently in the House of Representatives, will update minimum insurance requirements for carriers to ensure adequate coverage for injuries and property damages caused by truck crashes. In a July press conference, the proposed legislation [...]
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