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    Did insurer act in bad faith

Did insurer act in bad faith

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS   Did insurer act in bad faith? On July 2, 2011, Trevor Olson was driving northbound in a 2005 Hyundai Tiburon on Highway 93 in Lake County, Montana, with his cousin, Tanner Olson, as a passenger. The Olson vehicle crossed over into the southbound lane and collided with an oncoming 2002 Pontiac Grand Am driven by Vincent Shepard. Vincent’s wife,

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    WHO IS THE Resident

WHO IS THE Resident

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS Who is a resident? On January 6, 2014, Jean Martin was driving her 1994 Ford automobile with her teenage daughter Marina in the passenger seat. Jean was crossing a four-way intersection when a vehicle driven by Santiago Livara struck her car. Jean and Marina were both injured in the collision. Jean and Marina subsequently sued Livara for negligence in the Virginia

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    Leave it to the expert

Leave it to the expert

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS Leave it to the expert Following two operation-disabling accidents, Noranda Aluminum Holding Corporation, an aluminum products manufacturer whose all-risks property insurance policy with XL Insurance America, Inc., and other insurers included business interruption coverage, did not rebuild its damaged facility and consequently did not resume operations. Noranda and its insurers agreed that the failure to rebuild and resume operations did not

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    YOU CAN’T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS

YOU CAN’T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS

INSURANCE-RELATED COURT CASES Digested from case reports published online COURT DECISIONS You can’t have it both ways After sustaining injuries in a vehicle driven by her son, Kevin Simms, Belinda Pickens sought uninsured motorist coverage through her policy with United Services Automobile Association (USAA). At the time of the accident, Pickens’s policy covered five vehicles, including the 1997 Chevrolet involved in the accident. The policy provided liability, personal injury protection, uninsured motorist,

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    A MATTER OF TIME

A MATTER OF TIME

A matter of time Jaswinder Kaur, Harvinder Singh, Karanveer Kamboj, and Gurdev Kamboj were occupants of a vehicle that was involved in a collision with a vehicle operated by Mary Orebo and owned by Cassandra Mann. The plaintiffs’ vehicle had uninsured motorist coverage provided by Progressive Gulf Insurance Company. Each plaintiff filed a separate suit against Orebo, Mann, and Progressive on the eve of the expiration of the three-year statute

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