Most Recent Philadelphia Water Main Break is a Potential Headache for Insurers

(July 6, 2018)  A 92-year old water main burst on July 3, 2018, causing millions of gallons of water to spew into a commercial area of Center City between...

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TK’s Bob Horst Quoted in New York Times

(July 2, 2018) 

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Judicial Hellholes? Not Exactly.

Each year the American Tort Reform Foundation publishes its “Judicial Hellhole” report, seeking to enhance awareness of jurisdictions,...

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Digital Assets Are Part of Your Estate

Are Digital Assets and Cryptocurrencies Part of Your Estate? With the rise of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, it is important that investors...

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Cryptocurrency and Taxes

How do I report Cryptocurrencies on my tax return? IRS Notice 2014-21 holds that for federal tax purposes, cryptocurrencies are treated as personal...

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An Introduction to Cryptocurrencies

What are Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin? (January 25, 2018)  If you have been following the news recently, you likely have heard buzzwords...

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What is the New Tax Reform Law and What Does it Mean? This morning, the President signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Renamed, to comply with Senate...

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Property Insurance and the Uniform Condominium Act

What is the Uniform Condominium Act and What Does it Mean for Property Insurance? Property insurance claims involving condominiums require...

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Equifax Credit Alert

Most of you have probably heard about the data security breach at Equifax that occurred over the summer and was announced late last week.  As Equifax has reported that up to 143 million U.S.

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Insurance Coverage Concerns During Hurricane Season

In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma (and in anticipation of the remainder of hurricane season) homeowners and businesses will turn to their insurance companies. However, most policies do not...

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