Texas Bad Faith & Coverage Quarterly – Feb. 2011 Issue

Written by A&P News on March 15th, 2011. Posted in Publications

The February 2011 issue of Arnold & Placek’s quarterly publication, the Texas Bad Faith & Coverage Quarterly is in the mail to subscribers.  The Quarterly summarizes significant bad faith and coverage cases from Texas state and federal courts.  The publication is provided free of charge to insurance adjusters, in-house counsel, and other carrier employees handling all lines of insurance in Texas.  The February edition includes an analysis of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Leordeanu v. American Protection Ins. Co.  This case clarified certain aspects of workers’ compensation coverage for employees injured during business-related travel.

If you are not currently receiving the Texas Bad Faith & Coverage Quarterly, you can register atwww.texasquarterly.com to be added to the subscriber list.

Texas Bad Faith & Coverage Quarterly Publishes First Issue

Written by A&P News on December 15th, 2010. Posted in Publications

Arnold & Placek, P.C. has published the first issue of the Texas Bad Faith & Coverage Quarterly.  This quarterly publication will summarize recent state and federal cases touching on bad faith and coverage decisions in Texas.  The case summaries are researched and written by Arnold & Placek attorneys.  The newsletter covers all property and casualty lines, as well as life insurance cases.  This publication is available free of charge to licensed adjusters, claims personnel and in house counsel for Texas insurance carriers.

To receive your subscription, send an e-mail to Brandon McKay: bmckay ‘at’ arnoldplacek.com

Arnold & Placek Releases Article for Texas Comp Adjusters

Written by A&P News on October 22nd, 2010. Posted in Publications

The October 2010 edition of Arnold & Placek, P.C.’s occasional publication Outside Counsel features a new article by Scott Placek aimed at Texas workers’ compensation adjusters.  Titled “Take the Target Off Your Back”, the article offers twelve specific tips for Texas claims handlers to consider in investigating and managing workers’ compensation claims.  The article draws on the extensive trial and appellate experience of Arnold & Placek, and reflects both the current state of the law and anticipated developments that carriers and adjusters should consider.

The Outside Counsel publication is available to carriers, TPAs and licensed adjusters without charge.  To obtain a copy of the article, please e-mail Brandon McKay at bmckay ‘at’ arnoldplacek.com