If you are a property owner building a home or a commercial site, you probably assume that you are protected against defective or shoddy work by some form of insurance, right? After all, you checked to make sure your contractor was fully insured…and, on top of that, you have a comprehensive homeowners’ or business property insurance policy. The scary truth, however, is that even the most comprehensive insurance policy – whether your own or your contractor’s – usually does not provide coverage for defective workmanship.» Read More
Around the start of the new millennium, there was a great hue and cry among healthcare providers regarding a “medical malpractice crisis.” There were complaints of a multitude of lawsuits being filed against healthcare providers, including many frivolous suits, jury verdicts into the millions, and increases in the costs of medical malpractice insurance for medical providers.» Read More
On April 4, 2013, Graham Simmons, Esq., and Eileen Budd of Budd Agency will present Protect Your Business from Cyber Liability Claims. Designed to help business owners and managers understand and manage the risk of liability claims facing them in this age of information gathering and electronic storage. Managers and employees alike have access to secure data and run the risk of compromising that data – whether it’s a hacked website, a lost laptop, a stolen iPhone™, or some other breach. » Read More
In “Weathering the Storm – Navigating Insurance: Terms and Conditions, Exclusions and Exceptions … Are You Covered?,” I stress the importance of understanding your coverage when impacted by natural disasters, like Hurricane Sandy.
For full article, please click here.» Read More
Just when you thought your days of paying others’ medical expenses were behind you, Pennsylvania Courts are holding you responsible for your elderly parents’ care. Please click here to read an article I authored for Lehigh Valley Woman where I discuss the implications of the Filial Support Law.
For more information about the Filial Support Law, please contact Rebecca Price at email@example.com.» Read More