Is a Revocable Trust Right for You?
Many clients come to the estate planning process having heard about revocable trusts, and have questions about whether a trust is right for them. This article explains how a trust helps to avoid probate, and may help you decide if a trust is right for you. READ MORE
Reducing Your Client's Medical Expense Exposure
If a plaintiff can establish that a defendant negligently caused personal injuries, the plaintiff is allowed to recover reasonable medical expenses. But what are reasonable medical expenses? The article explores that question and offers strategies on how to make sure that defendants only pay reasonable, and not artificially inflated, amounts. Read the article authored by John Crawford, Brent Tunis and Beth Chapman which appeared in DRI’s For the Defense. READ MORE
Recent Decision Reaffirms Coverage Follows the Vehicle - Not the Person
A recent decision from the District of Minnesota reaffirmed that under Minnesota law third-party liability insurance coverage follows the vehicle, not the person. Therefore, insurance policies may contain provisions that do not extend coverage to certain vehicles, such as vehicles that the insured does not own, but regularly uses. READ MORE