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Jury Verdict Triggers ‘In Fact’ Exclusion (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says a former president of a mortgage company, convicted of conspiracy and fraud, is not entitled to coverage under the company’s Directors, Officers and Private Company liability policy for defense of executive’s criminal prosecution. Defendant ...

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No Benefits After Nondisclosure of Medical Tests (access required)

A decedent’s failure to disclose on a life insurance application his abnormal liver function tests, abnormal abdominal ultrasound and a doctor’s recommendation for a GI workup and his symptoms of sleep apnea, made material misrepresentations on his application, and his ...

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Woman wins $4K on bad faith claim (access required)

A Hampton Roads woman who brought a bad-faith claim against her insurance company has won full payment of her medical bills, along with attorney’s fees and $4,000 in punitives. Virginia Beach lawyer Sandra L. Sampson said her client, a woman ...

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