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Carrier’s Cancellation No Good, Attorney’s Fees Ordered (access required)

A carrier’s continued processing of late premium payments for a trucking company’s commercial vehicle liability policy does not estop the carrier from denying coverage for an accident, but the carrier did not strictly comply with statutory provisions for canceling the ...

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Clear Policy Language Prevents Intra-Policy Stacking (access required)

An injured plaintiff’s auto liability policy does not allow intra-policy “stacking” sufficient to provide up to $300,000 in UIM coverage, says a Charlottesville Circuit Court, as the policy at issue contains language almost identical to the language found to be ...

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Contaminated Infant Formula Not Covered by Policies (access required)

An infant formula manufacturer that had to destroy $6 million worth of formula contaminated by melamine and disintegrated filter components does not have insurance coverage for the loss under the pollution/contaminant endorsements in three policies, but only has coverage for ...

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