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2017

Blog Posts in 2017

  • Raymond v. Taylor

    Subrogation recovery and claims are a constant concern for insurers and the companies they insure. A recent case in Oklahoma addressed subrogation rights, with the Oklahoma Supreme Court weighing in with their opinion. In Raymond v. Taylor , 2017 OK 80, 2017 Okla. LEXIS 82 (2017), the facts of the case are as follows. Mark Raymond and William Taylor were employees of Guy’s Seed, driving a vehicle ...
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  • Commercial Drone Operations From the Business Perspective

    It is 2017 and commercial drone operations are no longer a thing of the future. In September 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration enacted Federal Aviation Regulations Part 107, titled Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. This authority allows licensed operators to fly small unmanned aircraft, weighing 55 pounds or less, for a commercial purpose. So, what does that mean for businesses, ...
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  • Our Sympathies To The Hurricane Victims

    The month of September 2017 has become the strongest hurricane month ever recorded, with five already hitting North America. As hurricane season continues, there is the potential for more to come, ravaging already damaged areas throughout the Atlantic coast. Our hearts and thoughts are with those who have been affected. We at Parker Straus have seen firsthand the damage that Hurricane Harvey ...
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  • FEMA Adjusts Disaster Recovery Financial Thresholds and Caps

    Annually, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”) adjusts certain financial threshold amounts for post-disaster Public Assistance (“PA”) Grant Programs. There are two separate financial indicators that are adjusted: (1) the Minimum Project Worksheet Amount and (2) the per capita impact indicator for the state and county. Additionally, the maximum amount individual households and families ...
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  • Making Your Personal Affairs Disaster & Recovery Ready

    Following a disaster, getting financial or in-kind assistance to start putting life back together will hinge on whether or not you have documents to prove who you are and what you actually owned. One of the things that FEMA has recommended is making a “Emergency Financial First Aid Kit (“EFFAK”). [1] The EFFAK is designed to help get you and your family onto the road towards disaster recovery. ...
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  • What is a Disaster Declaration?

    After a disaster strikes, the term “disaster declaration” is often on the news by reporters and public officials. But what is a disaster declaration and what does it do? What is a Disaster Declaration? A Disaster Declaration is a formal statement by the jurisdiction’s chief public official (i.e. Mayor, County Judge, or Governor) that a disaster or emergency situation exceeds their response ...
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