Mealey's Litigation Report: Catastrophic Loss

Monthly report covering litigation over insurance coverage for damages caused by natural disasters and other catastrophic events.
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Mealey's Litigation Report: Catastrophic Loss tracks coverage liability arising from Superstorm Sandy, the Gulf Oil Spill, Hurricanes Katrina, Irene, Rita, Wilma, Ivan, Ike and Gustav; the September 11 terrorist attacks; tropical storms; tornados; earthquakes; rainstorms; hailstorms; power outages; Nor’easters, and much more. The Report also delves into business interruption loss and insurance business practices as they pertain to catastrophic events.

The Report features unbiased news stories, case summaries, attorney listings and the full text of court documents. Subscribers also receive expert commentary articles. Subscribers enjoy comprehensive state and federal trial and appellate courts coverage from start to finish, including pleadings, opinions, jury verdicts, settlements and more. Published monthly.

This valuable insight into current news and litigation trends helps subscribers to advise clients, prepare for trial, draft pleadings and briefs, connect with key players in the litigation, gauge the temperament of the judiciary and build compelling cases. Subscribe today!

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