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Auto Dealer’s Insurer Not Liable for Auctioneer Employee’s Crash that Killed 5

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A tragic accident at a Massachusetts auto auction company is not covered by the insurance of the auto dealer that hired the auction company to sell the vehicle involved in the accident. A federal appeals court has declined to perform … Source: Claims Journal

Wall Street Whistleblowers Tip Off SEC — But Hear Nothing Back

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Janice Shell likes to sniff out fraud. An art historian by training, she once spent her days digging through Renaissance archives in Italy. Now 74, retired and living in suburban Philadelphia, she pores over financial filings instead. She hunts for … Source: Claims Journal

Hawaii’s Mauna Loa Starts to Erupt, Sending Ash Nearby

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HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active volcano, has started to erupt for the first time in nearly four decades, prompting volcanic ash and debris to fall nearby, authorities said Monday. The eruption began late Sunday night … Source: Claims Journal

Spotlight on Illegal Buildings as Ischia Death Toll Now at 8

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MILAN (AP) — The Italian resort island of Ischia has a long history of natural disasters, but experts say this weekend’s landslide that has killed eight people and left five missing was exacerbated by a combination of climate change and … Source: Claims Journal

Irish Watchdog Fines Meta 265M Euros in Latest Privacy Case

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LONDON (AP) — Irish regulators slapped Facebook parent Meta with a 265 million-euro ($277 million) fine Monday, the company’s latest punishment for breaching strict European Union data privacy rules. The Data Protection Commission said Meta Platforms infringed sections of the … Source: Claims Journal

Bird Flu Prompts Slaughter of 1.8M Chickens in Nebraska

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska agriculture officials say another 1.8 million chickens must be killed after bird flu was found on a farm in the latest sign that the outbreak that has already prompted the slaughter of more than 50 … Source: Claims Journal

Fla. Supreme Court Suspends License of Mobile Claim Center Lawyer

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The Florida Supreme Court on Monday suspended the law license of attorney Jennifer Perez, who was in charge of a “mobile claim center” that was set up in a trailer in North Fort Myers about a week after Hurricane Ian … Source: Claims Journal

Illinois Supreme Court Finds Tenants not Covered by Landlord’s Insurance Policy

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An insurer has no duty to defend the tenants of an insured property against a third-party negligence contribution claim, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled Monday. In a unanimous decision, the state high court reversed the Third District Appellate Court and … Source: Claims Journal

Marsh: Restaurants Failing to Assess Workplace Hazards

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Formal hazard assessments at restaurants are key in reducing worker injuries and insurance claims. In recent years, however, a sizeable number of companies have not conducted the required inspections. According to a Marsh survey, 49% of companies haven’t conducted a … Source: Claims Journal

Walmart Shooting Raises Need for Violence Prevention at Work

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NEW YORK (AP) — The mass shooting Wednesday at a Walmart in Virginia was only the latest example of a workplace shooting perpetrated by an employee. But while many companies provide active shooter training, experts say there is much less … Source: Claims Journal