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Travelers, Cincinnati Owe No Duty To Defend School In Lacrosse Death

Louisville, Jan. 21.  A U.S. District Court Judge in Kentucky has ruled that neither Travelers or excess insurer Cincinnati Ins. Co. have a duty to defend Bellarmine University in a wrongful death suit brought by the estate of a university lacrosse player who died while participating in conditioning drills. 132 more words

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Free Report: What Are The Gift Tax Exclusions in Connecticut

There is a federal gift tax in place that is unified with the estate tax, but there are exclusions that can be used to give tax-free gifts. 71 more words

Free Report: What Are The Gift Tax Exclusions in Connecticut

There is a federal gift tax in place that is unified with the estate tax, but there are exclusions that can be used to give tax-free gifts. 69 more words

Terms and conditions which were not in the policy document/certificate issued to the policyholder cannot be relied upon for repudiation.

Crux: Terms and conditions which were not in the policy document/certificate issued to the policyholder cannot be relied upon for repudiation.

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Life Insurance

Can a Surviving Spouse Use Two Estate Tax Exclusions?

The federal estate tax exclusion is the amount that can be transferred before the estate tax would become applicable. However, if you are married to an American citizen, you do not have to use any of your exclusion to transfer assets tax-free to your spouse. 122 more words

Exclusions to Your Liability Insurance Policy Can Hurt Your Business


As a business owner, you know that liability insurance protects you financially in the event you are responsible for property damage or injuries. However, what you may not realize is that all liability insurance policies are not alike. 6 more words

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