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No Death Benefits After Fatal Catheter Accident, 5th Cir. Says

National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh properly denied accidental death benefits on behalf of a woman who bled to death after accidentally cutting her dialysis catheter while changing a bandage, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled Tuesday.

Swinomish Tribe Loses Appeal Seeking Extra Federal Health Money

The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community lost its appeal seeking an additional $245,867 in federal funds for operating its tribal health program, when the D.C. Circuit ruled Tuesday that the tribe isn’t entitled to reimbursement for administrative expenses tied to money it receives from private insurers.

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Can Businesses Win Fight Over Covid-19 Insurance Claims?

A growing number of businesses are suing their insurers over denied business interruption insurance claims due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But will they be successful?

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