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No two ways about it

No two ways about it In February 2016, Samuel Doneson was injured in an automobile accident. He incurred approximately $22,000 in medical expenses, a portion of which was paid by workers compensation insurance. He recovered $15,000 from an at-fault third party and was required by law to reimburse the workers compensation insurer in the amount of $8,750. At the time of the accident, Doneson was an insured under an automobile

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A bitter pill

A bitter pill Central Illinois Compounding, Inc., d/b/a Preckshot Professional Pharmacy, operated in a leased space in Peoria, Illinois. On December 10, 2015, AT&T and its subcontractor were performing directional boring behind Preckshot’s premises. The boring was not related to Preckshot in any way, was not performed at the behest of Preckshot, and was not done on Preckshot’s premises. The boring damaged a water service line located approximately 18 inches

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Oil spill spurs coverage dispute

Oil spill spurs coverage dispute Shirley Gilbody owned property that was insured under a homeowners policy with Bunker Hill Insurance Company. In 2003, G.A. Williams & Sons, Inc., installed an oil tank on the property and, at all relevant times, was Gilbody’s oil service company. Williams held a commercial general liability policy with International Insurance Company of Hannover, Ltd. The policy covered Gilbody’s property as an insured location. In April

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Nice try, but no cigar

Nice try, but no cigar Donald Ardoin filed suit on December 15, 2014, alleging that he was injured in an accident that occurred when Cynthia Price failed to stop the vehicle she was driving behind him at a stop sign. Price was driving a vehicle owned by Southern Chevrolet Cadillac, Inc., that it lent her while it repaired her vehicle. Ardoin named Price and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company,

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Parsing jury instructions

Parsing jury instructions In 2011, Fleurimond Barthelemy was involved in an automobile accident. He had a personal automobile policy with Safeco Insurance Company of Illinois. The insurer asked him three times to submit to an examination under oath (EUO) so it could investigate his claim. Barthelemy did not submit to the examination, and the insurer denied coverage for the accident. As a result of the accident, other drivers sued Barthelemy

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