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    Claim splitting debated

Claim splitting debated

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS Claim splitting debated On or about May 21, 2020, Julie Blazer was operating her vehicle in Hastings, Nebraska, when she was struck by a pickup truck being operated by Travis Stewart. At the time of the accident, Blazer was insured with North Star. It appeared that North Star paid Blazer insurance benefits as a result of the accident, but the amount

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    A sticky situation

A sticky situation

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS A sticky situation Omega Protein, Inc., entered into a master service contract with Accu-fab and Construction, Inc., to perform welding and other fabrication work at its facility in Moss Point, Mississippi. Under the contract, Accu-fab was required to have commercial general liability insurance that named Omega as an additional insured. Accu-fab purchased a $1 million primary policy issued by Colony Insurance

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    Bar seeks BI coverage for COVID shutdown

Bar seeks BI coverage for COVID shutdown

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS Bar seeks BI coverage for COVID shutdown Jesse’s Embers, a restaurant and bar and restaurant in Des Moines, Iowa, made a claim under its business owners policy with Western Agricultural Insurance Company, doing business as Farm Bureau Financial. The claim was for business interruption coverage for the time period it was forced to close its business after the governor ordered bars

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    From $25k to $2 million

From $25k to $2 million

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS From $25k to $2 million Maryam Hedayati suffered catastrophic injuries in October 2012 when Maurice Vanwyk, who was insured by Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club, ran a red light and struck her in a pedestrian crosswalk. Vanwyk immediately notified Auto Club of the accident and authorized the Club to disclose his policy limits ($25,000); he also informed Auto Club he

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    No good deed goes unpunished

No good deed goes unpunished

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS No good deed goes unpunished Calvin Landry and Mary B. Landry filed a petition for damages alleging that they suffered injuries arising out of an automobile collision that occurred on or about July 10, 2019. The Landrys brought the action against Riyad Shaibi, his insurer Financial Indemnity Company, and Progressive Security Insurance Company as the insurer of the 2008 Toyota Sienna

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