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The Bigger They Come
Building collapses. Mechanical equipment failures. Complex multi-vehicle accidents. The scope of large-scale and complicated loss events applies to a wide range of claim scenarios. Determining the root cause of these events is often a...
Lessons from below
Subsurface construction presents a unique and challenging risk. Owners often consider it a temporary expense that takes place out of sight and adds little value to a development. For example, when looking at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, few...
Contract, Conflict and Subrogation
A claim in tort is properly commenced in accordance with the lex loci delicti commissi, Latin for "law of the place where the delict [tort] was committed." But in automobile accident claims, the laws of an outside jurisdiction also may impact...