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12 Mar 2013, 5:33 am by Stephen Page
In a decision akin to that delived by the Court of Appeal, a Queensland Magistrate has helped set out the test for domestic violence cases under that State's Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012. [read post]
13 Mar 2018, 7:48 am by Jonathan Breeding
The Commonwealth of Virginia has what is called an “anti-subrogation” statute, which means that health insurers are usually not allowed to recover any payment they make on behalf of a person injured by the negligence of another.3 In certain circumstances (usually with large employers or government jobs) the insurer has a right to recovery, and the question becomes a complicated one that could (and has) filled entire blog posts of their own.4 Even if you are ultimately required… [read post]
13 Mar 2018, 7:48 am by Jonathan Breeding
The Commonwealth of Virginia has what is called an “anti-subrogation” statute, which means that health insurers are usually not allowed to recover any payment they make on behalf of a person injured by the negligence of another.3 In certain circumstances (usually with large employers or government jobs) the insurer has a right to recovery, and the question becomes a complicated one that could (and has) filled entire blog posts of their own.4 Even if you are ultimately required… [read post]
21 Nov 2012, 4:00 am by Terry Hart
Late last Friday evening, a policy brief written by 24 year old Derek Khanna was posted to the website for the Republican Study Committee (RSC), a caucus of conservative House Republicans. [read post]