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Suing the Storm: Class Action Challenges to Insurance Denials in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

class action lawsuits Hurricane Harvey’s devastation in 2017 left countless Texas residents grappling with the aftermath. Many turned to their insurance companies for financial relief, only to face frustrating denials. But for some, there’s a glimmer of hope: class action lawsuits challenging these denials. These lawsuits bundle claims from numerous policyholders who allege similar wrongful denial of insurance practices by their providers. This approach offers a powerful tool for individuals who might struggle to fight denials alone.

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The Future of Finance is Here: Why Islamic Banking and Insurance are Gaining Traction

The global financial landscape is undergoing a significant shift. While traditional financial institutions continue to dominate, a new wave of ethical and faith-based financial products is gaining traction – Islamic banking and insurance. Built on the principles of Islamic law (Sharia), these financial instruments are attracting a growing audience worldwide, not just Muslims.

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John Austin (1790-1859) and the Command Theory of Law

John Austin, a 19th-century British legal philosopher, left a lasting mark on jurisprudence with his positivist theory of law. Central to his thinking is the concept of law as a command issued by a sovereign, backed by the threat of sanction. This article delves into the details of Austin’s philosophy of the Command Theory of Law.

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Human Rights and Natural Law: A Fountain of Universal Morality (And a Minefield of Challenges)?

Universal Morality in Natural Law Explore the complex relationship between human rights and natural law, emerging trends, and expert insights. Can universal morality find its foundation in shared humanity?”

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Miranda v. Arizona: A Landmark Case for Criminal Justice Reform

Miranda v. Arizona: A Landmark Case for Criminal Justice Reform Background Ernesto Miranda was a 23-year-old man who was arrested and interrogated by police in connection with a kidnapping and rape. Miranda was not informed of his rights, and he eventually confessed to the crimes. He was convicted and sentenced to 20-30 years in prison.

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The Impact of the USA Supreme Court Decision: Geier v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (2000) on 18 Wheeler Accident Attorneys.

The Impact of the USA Supreme Court Decision: Geier v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (2000) on 18 Wheeler Accident Attorneys. Introduction In the realm of product liability law, the Supreme Court decision in Geier v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (2000) holds significant importance. This landmark case not only addressed the issue of airbags

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The Fifth Amendment Right to Remain Silent in Car Accident Law.

The Fifth Amendment right to remain silent is an important right that protects individuals from incriminating themselves. If you are involved in a car accident, you should be aware of your right to remain silent and how to exercise it.

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Relford v. Commandant and the Fifth Amendment: A landmark case for military justice.

The decision in Relford v. Commandant is a landmark case for military justice. The decision has expanded the jurisdiction of courts-martial and has made it easier for the military to prosecute service members for crimes.

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