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The perils of parking

The perils of parking Fisherman’s Galley Restaurant is located in Many, Louisiana, on LA Highway 6. On April 3, 2016, Jackie Savell was exiting the restaurant in his van. At the same time, Mary Sepulvado was heading west on Highway 6. As Savell eased his way out onto the highway to make a left turn, Sepulvado’s car collided with Savell’s van. Sepulvado alleged that she suffered severe injuries as a

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You can’t stack that!

You can’t stack that! On May 22, 2014, Kristina Knight applied for an automobile insurance policy with Nationwide Insurance Company of America and completed an endorsement that listed Daniel Knight as an individual excluded from coverage under the policy. The excluded driver endorsement stated: “With this endorsement, all coverages in your policy are not in effect while Danny Knight is operating any motor vehicle.” Knight signed this page, on which

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Can comp carrier compel psych exam?

Can comp carrier compel psych exam? On May 27, 2015, Michael Neisinger was injured in the course of his employment when a high-pressure stream of water hit his left thigh and knocked him off a platform. Neisinger suffered injuries to his left leg, including a rupture of his quadriceps tendon. New Hampshire Insurance Comp-any provided workers compensation insurance for Neisinger’s employer. New Hampshire accepted liability for Neisinger’s injury. Neisinger sought

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Can insurer exclude criminal conduct?

Can insurer exclude criminal conduct? On July 11, 2008, Sharmin Walls, Randi Harper, and Christopher Timms were passengers in a vehicle owned by Walls and being driven by Korey Mayfield. When a state highway patrol officer attempted to stop the vehicle for speeding, Mayfield ignored the passengers’ request to pull over and instead accelerated down the highway. Mayfield led the officer on a high-speed chase—at one point reaching a speed

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You can’t have it both ways

You can’t have it both ways In 2000, Paul Terrell and Rica Tseng purchased a house in San Francisco. They initially lived at the property and obtained a homeowners policy from State Farm General Insurance Company. In 2003 they moved out and began renting the property. At their direction, State Farm canceled and replaced the homeowners policy with a rental dwelling policy in January 2004. In the winter of 2004,

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