China’s top Buddhist monk accused of sexual assault, temple denies claims
Xuecheng, the abbot of Longquan temple, is a member of the Standing Committee of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, which is China’s top political advisory body.
Q&A: Tips for appealing denied claims
What strategies should hospitals follow for deciding whether to appeal denied claims and submitting appeal letters?
Medicare Will Not Deny Claims for Minor ICD-10 Errors
Many medical care professionals and clinicians are concerned that they may see their claims denied due to minor ICD-10 errors.
What Are Disability Insurance Riders? Are they Part of a Denied Claim?
Disability insurance riders add coverage to your base policy. If your insurer wrongly interpreted the policy and denied benefits due to rider provisions, call us.
What Does the Appeals Court Decision Mean For the NLRB?
By James M. Walters Last Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued a long-awaited ruling refusing to enforce the National Labor Relations Board’s bargaining order against a petitioning employer. The basis for the court’s
Drivers denied claims for pothole damage on I-10
A hole in the road can cost you a whole lot of money and the state said it’s not responsible.Drivers are being denied compensation for pothole damage done to their vehicles on Interstate 10.Between all of the construction and congestion in El Paso these da
6 Lessons on Alimony Modification from the Appeals Court
The Massachusetts Appeals Court released a decision on December 30, 2014, Vedensky v. Vedensky (13-P-1392), deciding numerous issues re...
TiVo’s “TV Guide” patents are DOA at appeals court
TiVo and Rovi made big bets on software patents. They haven't worked out.
4 Most Commonly Denied Claims (And How To Avoid Them!)
Here are the top 4 most denied claims, and how you can steer clear of them.
Appeals Court rules against ABQ seizure law
Decision notes that the NM Forfeiture Law takes precedence
Federal appeals court rules chalking tires unconstitutional
The Federal Appeals Court in Cincinnati ruled the long-time strategy of chalking tires is a violation of the fourth amendment.
Withdrawal of GIPSA rules legal, appeals court finds
USDA’s failure to implement the Obama Administration’s Farmer Fair Practices Rules has been upheld by a federal appeals court.
Federal appeals court rules against 'bikini baristas'
The city government in Everett, Washington, located about 30 miles north of Seattle, has complained for years that female employees of the Hillbilly Hotties coffee chain were serving drinks while wearing bikinis and other forms of revealing clothing.
No 10 denies claims Boris Johnson squeezed journalist's thigh
Charlotte Edwardes alleges the then Spectator editor touched her leg ‘high up’ at 1999 lunch