Posts Tagged ‘liability’

Liability of maritime pilots might be reduced

JACKSON — Mississippi lawmakers are considering whether to reduce the liability of maritime vessel pilots to $5,000. House Bill 489 passed the House Tuesday. A similar measure, Senate Bill 2781, passed the Senate. The two chambers will exchange bills and must agree on a single one before anything could go to the governor. Vessel pilots […] [...]

Judge rules TVA liable for massive ash spill

by Associated Press Published: August 24,2012

Tags: ash, bench, courts, decision, electricity, energy, environment, judge, judicial, judiciary, lawsuit, liability, liable, pollution, power, ruling, spill, utility, wildlife

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — A federal judge has ruled that the Tennessee Valley Authority is liable for a huge spill of toxin-laden sludge in 2008 in East Tennessee. The judge ruled in favor of hundreds of plaintiffs who sued after a containment dike at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant burst Dec. 22, 2008. The failure spilled five […] [...]

Judge: BP, partner liable for civil penalties for oil spill

GULF OF MEXICO — A federal judge has ruled that BP PLC and one of its minority partners in the blown-out Macondo well are liable for civil penalties under the Clean Water Act for their roles in the nation’s worst offshore oil spill. U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier also ruled that Deepwater Horizon rig owner […] [...]

Companies want federal findings kept out of oil spill case

NEW ORLEANS — The companies involved in the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history are trying to prevent government investigations blaming them for the disaster from being used against them by the people and businesses who are suing them. Billions of dollars are potentially at stake in a trial scheduled for February to determine […] [...]

Covered?

by Tacy Rayburn Published: February 4,2011

Tags: Add new tag, bill, David Baria, insurance, liability, nursing homes, senate bill

Two senate bills that would have required nursing homes in Mississippi to carry a minimum amount of $500,000 in liability insurance died at the committee deadline last week. Senate Bill 2062 was double-referred to the Senate Insurance Committee and to the Public Health and Welfare Committee. SB 2248 went to Public Health and Welfare and […] [...]

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