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Waymo Launches Robotic Ride-Hailing Service in Arizona

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Google’s self-driving car spinoff is finally ready to try to profit from its nearly decade-old technology. Waymo is introducing a small-scale ride-hailing service in the Phoenix area that will include a human behind the wheel in case the robotic vehicles … Source: Claims Journal

California AG Asked to Review PG&E’s Actions Considered a Crime

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra was asked by a federal judge to weigh in on whether reckless operation of power lines by PG&E Corp. in connection with deadly Northern California wildfires would constitute a crime. The request by U.S. District … Source: Claims Journal

Alaska Selfie-Takers Warned to Stay Off Quake-Buckled Road

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With sizable shockwaves still emanating from last week’s powerful earthquake, authorities in Alaska are urging the selfie-taking public to stay away from a road that was badly mangled. Some photos posted on social media show people even climbing into large … Source: Claims Journal

Sex Abuse Victims May Not See Restitution After USA Gymnastics Bankruptcy

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USA Gymnastics, under threat of being decertified by the U.S. Olympic Committee, filed for bankruptcy after running short of funds to pay victims of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse. The organization filed for Chapter 11 status in the Southern District of … Source: Claims Journal

Football Weekend Turns Tragic for Tennessee Youth All-Stars

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It was a fun and competitive weekend for a young group of all-stars as they visited Texas and represented Memphis, Tennessee, in a weekend football tournament. The players, some venturing outside of Memphis for the first time in their lives, … Source: Claims Journal

Computer Model Identifies Unsafe Restaurants in Near Real Time

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A new computer model is proving significantly more accurate in identifying potentially unsafe restaurants when compared with existing methods of consumer complaints and routine inspections. The model uses machine learning and de-identified and aggregated search and location data from logged-in … Source: Claims Journal

Illinois Doctor Convicted of Billing Insurers for Treatment Never Performed

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A federal jury has convicted a Chicago doctor on fraud charges for billing insurance companies for purported chiropractic manipulations that were never performed, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois reported. Dr. Paul Madison, an anesthesiologist and … Source: Claims Journal

Subrogation Savoir-Faire: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

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Oh, that it wasn’t so, but today’s world of insurance claims adjusting, subrogation and civil litigation rewards the ability of one party to take advantage of what the other party doesn’t know. A civil trial is known as an “adversary … Source: Claims Journal

Despite Concerns, Utah Medical Pot Legislation Changes Approved

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Lawmakers in conservative Utah passed sweeping changes Monday to a new voter-approved medical marijuana ballot measure under a planned compromise that secured the support of the influential Mormon church but sparked a backlash from advocates. Supporters of the compromise cheered … Source: Claims Journal

Increased Highway Speeds in Rural Oregon Connected to More Deaths

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It started almost as soon as the Oregon Department of Transportation began posting the new signs on March 1, 2016. For the first time in decades, the state was raising speed limits on some of eastern and central Oregon’s most … Source: Claims Journal