Many of us do not think about what would happen if we suddenly became incapacitated or died. Would our friends, spouse, or family know what to do? Would they know where to find important documents? Would they be able to access (or even know about) online accounts or files? Would they know whom to ask if they need help?
SCM NEWS & OPINIONS
Whether each spouse realizes it or not, one often overlooked asset in the divorce proceedings is life insurance. Too often, the policy remains unchanged, and the beneficiary, the ex-spouse, may reap a windfall as a result of an unexpected death.
For those of us in our 30s, one of the last things on our mind is planning for our eventual death. Whether it’s because we believe we’ll “live forever,” or because we’ll have plenty of time to think about it later, typically it is low on our priority list.
The following appellate cases of interest were decided by the Utah Supreme Court.
Claimant is Not Third-Party Beneficiary Under Med-Pay Coverage “C” in CGL Policy: Utah Court of Appeals
The following appellate case of interest was decided by the Utah Court of Appeals.
We are pleased to announce the recognition of 18 of our attorneys by Mountain States Super Lawyers.
Big-D Construction Midwest, LLC v. Zurich American Ins. Co.
United State Magistrate Judge Dustin Pead dismissed a bad faith claim filed against State Farm by the policyholder.