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A mother of two who was severely injured after a tragic boating accident on Lake Michigan has filed a lawsuit against the boat rental company, its owner and the boat\'s captain. According to a recent report in the Chicago Sun-Times, Lana Batochir was floating on a raft with her friends at Chicago\'s popular \"Playpen\" boating area on Aug. 13, 2022,
Multiple fans were injured and carried out on stretchers after slipping and falling at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California, during an NCAA championship football game on Jan. 2, according to reports. Heavy rainfall reportedly caused extremely slippery floors at the stadium, which has a hovering roof that is open on three sides, allowing sideways-blowing rain to enter. In a
Navigating a Soft Workers’ Compensation Market Thursday, February 16 at 1:30 PM ET Please join us for a discussion on the current state of the Workers\' Compensation, including insights and tips of how to navigate the continued soft market. Featured Experts: Justin Dorman, National Product Manager, Workers\' Compensation, Burns & Wilcox, Charleston, SC Morgan McCoy, Underwriter, Workers\' Compensation, Burns &…
A fire broke out in the butter storage room of a dairy plant in Portage, Wisconsin, on Jan. 2, spreading melted butter throughout the facility and into a nearby historic canal. Crews responding to the buttery incident at the Associated Milk Producers plant deployed the same materials used in oil spills to clean up the mess, USA Today reported on…
2022 was a year that few in the Property and Casualty (P&C) sector could have predicted. Instead of stability, the market remained largely volatile, especially in the Property sector and the reinsurance marketplace. Many carriers suffered through unprofitable years thanks to Hurricane Ian, inflation, and an adverse property insurance environment primarily in Florida and Gulf coast states. Above all, losses…
Dozens of new YETI coolers have turned up on beaches in Alaska and beyond, more than a year after a cargo ship incident sent 1,600 of the products overboard. According to reports, the Zim Kingston ship lost 109 containers during a storm in October 2021 near the Port of Vancouver. Some of the high-end coolers, which sell for hundreds of…
A candle company in Mayfield, Kentucky, is being accused of threatening to fire factory workers who wanted to leave the building before dangerous weather approached. A new lawsuit filed in December by employees of Mayfield Consumer Products claims multiple workers were prohibited from leaving the facility Dec. 10, 2021, despite the company having at least three hours of notice about…
A legal battle being referred to as the “Utah cookie wars” has drawn multiple bakers of the classic confection into a dispute over potential intellectual property violations. In July, cookie company Crumbl — which launched in Logan, Utah, in 2017 and has since expanded to 600-plus bakeries in the U.S. — filed infringement lawsuits against competitors Crave and Dirty Dough,…