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Hawaii Accident News

Archived Accident News for Hawaii

News dating back to 2003

Archived News Items:

Work Comp-18 percent claim drop

Deadly Hawaii Car Accidents

Hangarter v. Provident - biased DMEs and bad faith

Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Ry. Co. v. U.S. Dist. Court - boilerplate objections in discovery

Child Brain Injuries

Abuse of Process cases - sham defenses

Dominic Peressini - insurance company profits or paying claims

Hubbard v. Hills Materials - bad faith and workers comp

Udac v. Takata Corp - failed seatbelt case

Overstated Med Mal Losses

Orthopedic Associates v HIG - medical expense down-coding

PIP Medical Examiniers Chosen by Agreement

Dorn v Burlington - Hedonic Losses in Hawaii

Property Insurers Income Still Up in 2004

Keinker v Bauer - joint liability of State for roadway defects

Georgia doctor uncloakes Med Mal reform

Johnson v Nakkim - cases ripe for an appeal

Collossus program discovery

Infant Contributory Negligence - Grace v. Kumalaa

Infant Statue of Limitations Tolling - Kahale v C and C of Honolulu

ERISA liens - AFL v Bosque

Rodwin article - Admin expenses burden doctors not Med Mal

Wild West Websites - unauthorized lawyer referral agencies

Statements to Insurers Discoverable - Iwamoto v Hirata

Enoka v AIG - attorneys fees in bad faith claims

Liberty Mutual v Dennison - separate insurance limits for emotional distress

Vacek v FTCA - Delivery of Form 95

Sereboff v Mid Atlantic - ERISA plan liens

Courbat v Dahana Ranch - Recreational Activity Releases

Granger v Geico - UIM insurance and underlying BI coverage

SB 3072 - Wilson v Gamata reversed

Reardon v Windswept Farm - recreational activity releases

Yamane v Pohlson - Med Mal employer liability

Carpenter v Superior Court - limits on DMEs

Brende v Hara - medical confidentiality for litigants

Willis v Swain - basic UM in HJUP policies

Fields v Allstate - Allstate and bad faith

Brende reaffirmed - medical confidentiality for litigants

ISO - invasion of medical privacy

Kaopuiki v Kealoha - punitive damages for drunk driving

Humeston v Merck - Vioxx cases

Estate of Blink - info on other roadway accidents

Rubin v Sullivan - PIP for welfare recipients

Arkansas Dept of Health v Ahlborn - limits on Medicaid liens

Bessent v Matthews lessor and tenant dog bite

Ledbetter v Goodyear - 180 days of discrimination

Fehrenbach v O'Malley - limitations on parental claims

Insurer Profit for 9 Months of 2006

Amos v Commissioner - confidentiality provisions may have tax consequences

Vanguard Car Rental v. Huchon - Limits on Congressional Grants of Immunity

Owner Liability for Contractor Negligence - Makaneole v. Gampon

Kaiama v. AIG - "family member" UIM insurance exclusion found void

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