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The owner of a 116-year-old building that partially collapsed earlier this year is taking legal action against the engineering company that allegedly failed to recognize that the building was unsafe, according to reports. The apartment building in Davenport, Iowa, partially collapsed on May 28, tragically killing three men and injuring several others, including one woman who needed a leg amputation
A man is taking legal action against the popular restaurant chain Olive Garden after alleging that he found a rat\'s foot in a spoonful of his minestrone soup during a March visit to the eatery’s Warren, Michigan, location. According to the lawsuit, the foot injured the inside of the diner’s mouth and caused him to get physically ill. [lgc_column grid=\"50\"
More than 1.2 million homes in California are at a moderate or high risk of wildfire damage, representing a reconstruction cost value of more than $760 billion, according to a new report on wildfire risk in the U.S. It is just one of the findings from property analytics firm CoreLogic’s 2023 Wildfire Risk Report, which details wildfire threats, reconstruction costs,…
Philips Avent recently recalled nearly 13,000 baby monitors after receiving reports of the devices overheating, causing seven minor injuries. The affected Digital Video Baby Monitors, which were manufactured between March 2016 and December 2019 and sold for between $120 and $200, could have an issue with their rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. The batteries reportedly could overheat when…
Inflation in the U.S. has fallen from 9% to 3% over the past 12 months, with Americans seeing some relief on the cost of things like gas, groceries and airfare, according to the Associated Press. That leaves inflation still \"significantly above\" the Federal Reserve\'s target of 2%, officials said in recent days, and multiple rate hikes may be needed to…
A construction crane accident in New York City tragically injured 11 individuals and shut down traffic July 26 after the crane burst into flames 45 stories above ground. The top portion of the crane, which was lifting 16 tons of concrete at the time as it worked on a 54-story building in Midtown Manhattan, struck a neighboring building as it…
A homeowner in Connecticut is facing a dog bite claim that will not be covered by insurance after his agent allegedly failed to disclose the dog on his Homeowners Insurance application. Antonio Laires, who is being sued over an incident in which his dog reportedly bit a woman on her face, claims he did not realize that his pet was…
The title of this quarter’s overview and forecast could easily be: “Profitability Matters.” That is especially true in the Property space for both Personal and Commercial policies. The industry faces daily challenges from CAT storms and events, making every state subject to immediate loss from hurricanes, wildfires, and convective storms—defined as severe local storms associated with wind, thunder, lightning, heavy…