Tag Archives: toxic torts

Superfund Liability: Who Decides When Plaintiffs Must File a Toxic Tort Claim?

Water pollution of a copper mine exploitation

Who really has the final say in terms of when plaintiffs must file a toxic tort claim in the U.S.: the states or the Federal government? Continue reading →

Power Lines: More Than Just an Eye Sore?

With third-party lawsuits over “pollutants” on the rise, real estate owners look to the insurance industry to help address the risk of electro magnetic fields Continue reading →

Emerging Environmental Liability Risk of 2012

As per Robin Somerville’s blog above, hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” as it’s more commonly referred to, is quickly emerging as one of the more significant risks facing not only the Energy market but the Environmental insurance industry too. Continue reading →

Our Scariest Risks (2011)

The Scream, by Edvard Munch (1893)

We asked each of our bloggers to tell us the scariest risk in their area of expertise. Which one makes you tremble most? Continue reading →