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Evidence Is Necessary For Products Liability Case To Survive Summary Judgment

Posted in Liability
Plaintiff purchased an aluminum ladder at his local Home Depot in September 2003. In 2006, Plaintiff fell while using the ladder when one of the legs "folded." In 2008, Plaintiff filed suit against Home Depot and Warner Company. Plaintiff alleged that the ladder was defective and unreasonably dangerous. The ladder company, Warner, filed a motion … Continue Reading

Insurance – Liquor Liability

Posted in Liability
A golf course was insured by an insurance policy which included "Liquor Liability Coverage". The parents of a 17-year-old girl working at a golf course brought a lawsuit against the golf course and its manager for allegedly providing alcohol to their daughter following a golf tournament. The girl attempted to drive after consuming a substantial … Continue Reading

Choice of Law Governing The Liability Under An Insurance Contract

Posted in Insurance Coverage
A product distributor in the oil-drilling industry was sued by several individuals claiming they were exposed to asbestos in the products distributed. The distributor subsequently filed claims with its multiple insurance companies seeking liability coverage. The insurers disagreed there was coverage for the liability claims under the policies. A series of declaratory judgment actions ensued … Continue Reading

Liquor Liability Exclusion

Posted in Insurance Coverage, Liability
An insurance company provided liquor liability coverage to a restaurant/tavern including coverage for injuries "imposed" on the insured resulting from "selling, serving or furnishing of any alcoholic beverage". The club was sued in an underlying state court action by the parent/guardians of three minor Plaintiffs who were purportedly injured as bystanders to a fight which … 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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