Tag Archives: Hopewell Circuit Court

Carrier Must Pay UIM Offered By Mistake (access required)

Although plaintiff’s insurance carrier mistakenly offered underinsured motorist coverage policy limits, the carrier nevertheless is bound by its offer of $25,000 UIM policy limits, in addition to the $100,000 liability coverage offered by defendant in the underlying auto accident case, ...

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UIM carrier bound by acceptance of mistaken offer (access required)

An insurance carrier must pay its UIM policy limits even though an auto-accident plaintiff waited nearly two years to formally accept the settlement and the carrier might have avoided liability altogether. For plaintiff William Calvert, who alleged $75,000 in medical ...

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Negligence – FELA – Discovery – Privilege Log (access required)

Although litigation was “reasonably foreseeable” after plaintiff, a railroad conductor, allegedly fell from a railcar when the grab iron he was holding broke, that does not mean defendant railroad can refuse to provide documents to plaintiff conductor, including its initial ...

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