An 11-person commission studying crumbling foundations in Massachusetts recommends setting up a captive insurer to deal with the estimated $350 million in costs for affected homeowners.
MA Law | Insurance Coverage Cases
Massachusetts’ highest court, SJC, has interpreted the standard Massachusetts fire policy to allow an innocent coinsured to recover their pro rata share of a loss intentionally caused by a coinsured.
The Labor Department believes the new rule will give 1.3 million workers the right to overtime.
On Monday, December 16, 2019, the Supreme Judicial Court decided the question of whether the consent-to-settle clauses commonly found in professional liability policies violated the unfair claim practice provision of M.G.L. c. 176D, § 3 (9) (f).
This case examines whether a commercial liability policy incurs an unexpected duty to defend or indemnify a hotel in a sex trafficking lawsuit.