March 09, 2020 | Historical Lit Watch
A North Carolina Court has held that the term Actual Cash Value (ACV) is unambiguous and can include depreciation for both labor and material costs.
January 13, 2020 | Historical Lit Watch
The Sixth Circuit has ruled that a homeowner cannot reasonably interpret an ACV endorsement to his policy as creating additional coverage for damage to his roof from a windstorm.
November 26, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
The Supreme Court of New Hampshire ruled that a man was not entitled to coverage under his automobile insurance policy for injuries he suffered when he was struck by an uninsured vehicle while crossing a street to his own parked car.
November 18, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
In a case of first impression, a Connecticut court ruled that the UM/UIM exclusion did not apply in this case involving the insurance coverage of a rental car.
November 11, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
A mobile gym, operating out of the back of a truck, was not an insured auto for the purposes of the auto insurance policy of a woman who was injured while training in the mobile gym.
October 21, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
In a long-awaited Washington Supreme Court insurance bad faith decision, the court decided that the employee adjuster was not guilty of bad faith.
August 26, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that unregistered driver exclusions in auto insurance policies do not violate public policy or the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law (PMVFR).
July 15, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
The Court of Appeals of Washington, Division One decided this week that all persons engaged in the business of insurance, including individual adjusters, may be liable for bad faith and violating Washington's Consumer Protection Act, whether or not there is a contractual relationship between the parties.
May 06, 2019 | Historical Lit Watch
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, reversing a district court's decision, has ruled that the term “resident” in a divorced mother's homeowners' insurance policy was ambiguous for purposes of coverage of a lawsuit against her for negligently storing a handgun her son used to commit murder.