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Limiting Third-Party Claims through Controlled Insurance Programs

USA - May 4 2018 All owners and general contractors are familiar with the scenario where the employee of a subcontractor is injured while working on a large...

Overview Of Alcohol Liability In Texas - Part III (Sale To Minors)

USA - March 9 2018 In order to be liable for the improper sale or provision of alcohol to a minor, it must be shown that: (1) the person or provider was an adult that...

Overview of Alcohol Liability in Texas - Part II

USA - October 4 2017 In order to be liable for the alleged over-service of alcohol to a customer, an establishment must be classified as a “provider” under the Texas...

Overview of Alcohol Liability in Texas - Part I

USA - July 19 2017 In 1987, the Texas legislature enacted the Texas Dram Shop Act. Prior to such time, Texas law did not impose liability on sellers of alcohol who...

Do You Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

USA - March 31 2017 As employment related claims continue to rise, businesses must evaluate all available options to attempt to mitigate costs and risks associated with...