• Berns v. Sentry Select Ins. Co.

    Berns v. Sentry Select Ins. Co. Cause of action for bad faith breach of duty to defend. Insurance provider did not have to defend Berns due to the intentional act exception in the insurance policy. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis   BERNS v. SENTRY SELECT INS.CO. 2019 U.S. App....

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  • Advanced Pre-Settlement Funding LLC v. Gazda & Tadayon

    Advanced Pre-Settlement Funding LLC v. Gazda & Tadayon This case involves an inter-pleader action of funds obtained from a settlement in a personal injury suit. The proceeds were insufficient to satisfy all claims, the injured individual's attorneys, filed this action. Click Here for...

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  • Sandoval v. Williamson

    Sandoval v. Williamson An employee, who was an undocumented immigrant, suffered an injury while working and was not entitled to additional permanent disability benefits because the employee was not eligible or authorized to work in the United States under Federal immigration law. Click Here...

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  • Guzman v. American Security Insurance Co.

    Guzman v. American Security Insurance Co. A federal district court in Florida has ruled that a first appraisal award was final under the provisions of an insurance policy, rejecting an insurer's contention that an email trail demonstrated that the first award was preliminary and that a second –...

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  • Yaghoubi v. Traveler's Insurance

    Yaghoubi v. Traveler's Insurance The Supreme Court of Montana has ruled that an aircraft insurance policy that insured three aircraft was not subject to stacking of its passenger liability coverages. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis YAGHOUBI v. TRAVELER'S CAS. INS. CO. OF AM. 2019 U.S. App....

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  • Michigan Head & Spine Institute PC v. Pioneer State Mutual Insurance Co.

    Michigan Head & Spine Institute PC v. Pioneer State Mutual Insurance Co. A Michigan appellate court has again ruled that an anti-assignment provision in a no-fault insurance policy violated public policy and was not enforceable. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis   MICH. HEAD &...

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  • Hudson Insurance Co. v. Millard

    Hudson Insurance Co. v. Millard A federal district court in Virginia ruled that an insurer that issued an occupational accident insurance policy had no obligation to the insured for injuries he sustained a a result of his aggression in a fight. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis  ...

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  • Rice v. Poppe

    Rice v. Poppe Supreme Court of Nebraska rejected a client's malpractice action against her divorce lawyer after finding sufficient evidence to indicate that she never mentioned the existence of a life insurance policy to her lawyer. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis   RICE v....

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  • All American Insurance Company v. Lampasona Concrete Corporation

    All American Insurance Company v. Lampasona Concrete Corporation A Massachusetts appellate court vacated a trial court's decision and rules that the “your work” exclusion in a commercial general liability insurance policy did not preclude coverage or property damage affecting a newly constructed...

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  • Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus v. Cassem

    Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus v. Cassem A federal district court in Connecticut has denied attorneys' fees and costs to an insurer in an interpleader action. Click Here for ICLC Expert Analysis   WIS. PROVINCE OF THE SOC'Y OF JESUS v. CASSEM 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS...

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  • Ford v. United Property & Casualty Ins. Co.

    Ford v. United Property & Casualty Ins. Co. A federal district court in Texas granted an insurer's motion to compel appraisal even though the motion was filed 232 days after the insureds filed their lawsuit. Click Here for FC&S Legal Expert Analysis   FORD v. UNITED PROP. & CAS. INS....

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