Articles From Charles H. Delano

Update on liens By Charles H. Delano Tort Law, January 2005 The settlement of personal injury cases often involves negotiation not just with the defendant, but with health insurers, the Department of Public Aid, ERISA plans, or other third-party payors who may make claims upon the settlement proceeds.
Who is the focus of the court’s analysis of an open and obvious condition? By Charles H. Delano Tort Law, May 2003 Two recent cases address a landowner's liability to workers injured by an open, obvious and pervasive condition on the property.

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