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Medical Malpractice Insurer Could Not Cancel Claims Made Policy With Knowledge that A Potential Claim Was Pending

Posted in Damages, Insurance Coverage, Liability
Physicians Liability Insurance Company (“PLICO”), issued a “claims made“ medical malpractice insurance policy to Defendant Mark Valentine. As a result of Valentine’s negligence during a surgical procedure, David Wurtz died. The Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure reviewed the situation and revoked Valentine’s medical license. Shortly thereafter, Valentine sent a letter to his insurance agency requesting … Continue Reading

Insurance – Bad Faith

Posted in Bad Faith
An apartment complex sustained a fire loss to its business and hired a public adjuster to assist in preparing the property damage claims. Subsequently, the apartment complex assigned its interest in the bad faith claims against the insurance company and insurance agency to the public adjusting company and, in turn, the public adjuster filed suit … Continue Reading

Don’t Dump The UM Coverage

Posted in Insurance Coverage, Liability
In September, 2010, a commercial auto insurance policy was issued to a county commissioner including uninsured motorist coverage for county vehicles. The liability limits of the policy included $125,000 per person and a maximum of $1 Million per accident. A county worker was injured on the job while performing road-resurfacing duties and filed a claim … Continue Reading

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