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Assignment Ineffective Without Insurer Consent (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court grants summary judgment for an insurer, denying liability under an agreement entered without its consent settling a vehicle accident claim for $250,000; the court agrees with insurer that the settlement agreement executed without insurer’s consent failed to effect an assignment of insurance policy rights. In 2002, victim was injured walking ...

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