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Eye of the Storm: Decision Presents Several Coverage Issues in Same Property Claim

A coverage dispute can sometimes become so complex that a host of issues have to be litigated. For instance, in a recent dispute between two insurers, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was tasked with addressing issues related to a… Continue Reading →

Delaware Court Shoots Down Coverage Under Homeowner’s Policy for Paintball Injury

In State Farm and Casualty Company v. Jennifer Wilkerson, the insureds’ child was driven to the local Walmart, where he purchased a paintball gun. After buying the paintball gun, the child went to a local park where he shot the… Continue Reading →

Insurers Must Analyze the Condition of Personal Property to Calculate Depreciation for ACV Purposes

A California trial court recently held that an insurer must use the “condition” of personal property as a factor in determining the depreciation value to calculate actual cash value (ACV). In The Doan v. State Farm Gen. Ins. Co., certain… Continue Reading →

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