A recent insurance-linked court outcome outside Louisiana is broadly instructive, setting forth a judicial ruling and reasoning that is logically of interest to national insurers.
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We stressed in a recent blog post the “wide world of considerations” that exist for insurance companies protecting individuals, families, businesses and government entities against risk and liability. We underscored in our August 9 blog entry that insurers act in cases including “general personal injuries, product liability, motor vehicle accidents, employment-linked disputes and many other matters.”
Premises liability claims can pop up anytime, anywhere in Louisiana. It doesn’t matter if it’s in a parking lot, the baking aisle of a grocery store or at an amusement park. Accidents happen in a continuous stream. That is why an experienced defense is so important. These cases require examination from every angle for a favorable outcome.
Imagine the world of risk and liability from the perspective of an entity that insures against it. For both Louisiana-based insurers and national companies, daily concerns span a truly wide universe of considerations.
It appears that international vacations are something more and more Americans are taking these days. According to AAA, the number of American family travelers that engage in international travel is expected to be 9 percent higher in 2018 than it was two year ago.