Must Insurer Cover Part of $28m Beatrice Six Judgment?
The Nebraska Supreme Court says a NE county might be able to recoup costs to cover part of a $28 million judgment for the Beatrice Six wrongful convictions.
February 11, 2020 at 05:00 AM
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The Nebraska Supreme Court has determined that rape convictions that were wrongfully obtained by a county’s cold case investigation team triggered the insurer’s “personal injury” coverage notwithstanding a policy exclusion for professional services. The case is Gage Cty. v. Emplrs Mut. Cas. Co., 304 Neb. 926 (2020).
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