The Ohio Supreme Court weighed in on an ongoing dispute between insurance companies, determining who was responsible for providing coverage after a man crashed his friend’s car.

Ashton Smith, who was insured by Acuity through his father, borrowed a friend’s car and got into an accident. Smith’s friend was insured by Progressive Specialty Insurance Company, creating the question of which insurer was on the hook for the accident.

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