Brazil has become a very litigious place of late. In the past decades, it was rare to hear about personal or business disputes that had gotten to the level of becoming court cases. However, things have really changed and the smallest disagreements are leading to serious issues in business and also at personal levels. It is advisable to enlist the help of a competent lawyer in making sure that all the business and personal transactions are done in accordance with the law, and Bruno Fagali is the best person to contact for assistance with the process.
The commonest cases that Bruno Fagali deals with are torts. These are cases where one party suffers damages as a result of the careless and reckless actions of another party. These include car accidents, falls and other workplace accidents, medical malpractices and ill practices connected to business. These cases are normally settled out of court, and when you have a competent lawyer such as Bruno Fagali working on the case, the settlement will be favorable and will be made within the shortest time.
When it comes to business, it is important to hire Bruno Fagali on retainer basis because they will go through business contracts, leases and other agreements and ensure that they are legal before you sign them. This will protect you from falling into the trap of going into bad business deals and losing property in the process. Bruno Fagali also helps with litigation in case you have been served with a lawsuit, and he gives you the best possible representation.
The New Hampshire Insurance company has found itself in the midst of controversy resulting from a lawsuit by former Hawks Ownership. The lawsuit is about breach of contract, which Hawks alleges occurred when claims made by the former general manager Danny Ferry were being settled. The lawsuit also included the former owner of the AHBE group, Bruce Levenson. However, the current ownership of the company was not part of the lawsuit.
The lawsuit was filed in the superior court of Fulton County on the 13th of September this year. The lawsuit is a civil action for the stated breach of contract, and also insurance bad faith. The former Hawks ownership states that when the insurance deal was made and they started paying the premiums, they were under the impression that they would be covered for all employment related malpractices. These would include certain work place torts and wrongful termination. The company had given a notice to the insurer that there were claims against Ferry that had been made, but hadn’t been covered.
In a report by PR News, the entire process was set in motion when the company reached an agreement to sell the team in June 2015. This is what led to the end of the $18million six year contracts between the AHBE group and the insurer. After the agreement, the team was sold to the current owner, Tony Ressler. When the current management of the team was reached for a comment on the lawsuit, they stated that they were aware about the lawsuit and also that the case going on had no connection to the company and its current management. They declined making further comments on the case.
The lawyers taking part in the suit state that AIG group has refused to deal with the claims that so obviously fell within the terms described in the contract. Bruce was at the helm of AHBE from 2011 to 2015. He is also co-founder at the UCG group.
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