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Homeowners Insurer Need Not Cover Judgment Against Insured For Abuse Based Upon “Business Activity” Exclusion

A Kentucky federal judge ruled that Shelter Mutual Insurance Company doesn’t have to pay a $4 million judgment against a daycare center director in a child abuse case, finding that coverage is barred by an exclusion in the director’s homeowners… Continue Reading →

Another Court Rules That Insured Can Assign Rights Under Homeowner’s Policy After Loss

After suffering a loss, it is quite common for homeowners to assign their rights under a policy to a contractor that repairs the damages. However, a conflict arises when a homeowner assigns their rights under a policy even though the… 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 →

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