Tag Archives: Insurance

4th Cir.: RICO no remedy for shorted subcontractor (access required)

A subcontractor seeking compensation for restoration work within the scope of the National Flood Insurance Program could not claim full payment via RICO, because claims adjusters’ negative assessment of the subcontractor’s work did not directly cause the lack of payment. ...

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EDVA: “Astounding allegations” sustain 11-count complaint (access required)

In October 2015, wind and rain damaged Plaintiff Constance Moss’s home. Moss’s homeowner’s insurer soon issued a claim check for over $15,000. In a move she has lived to regret, Moss sent the check to her mortgage company, Defendant Manufacturers ...

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Decedent’s husband not a “slayer,” should get benefits (access required)

Nearly two years after his wife’s death, Defendant Can Chau Nguyen could not be considered a “slayer” and was entitled to her life-insurance benefits, whether or not county sheriffs had officially “ruled him out” as a suspect in her death. ...

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Decedent’s Relative Claims Undue Influence (access required)

In this interpleader action, the Norfolk U.S. District Court grants plaintiff insurance companies’ motions to deposit $700,000 in life insurance proceeds with the court’s registry and says decedent’s brother, who earlier was a beneficiary of the insurance proceeds, has sufficiently ...

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Resolution of umbrella coverage allows settlement to paraplegic – $2.8 Million Settlement (access required)

In June 2015, Tan­ya Dombrosky, 16, crashed her Hyundai Veloster in Botetourt County, hitting a tree and rolling the car. Lia­bility was not seriously contested. Her unre­strained passenger, Matthew Green, 17, was ejected from the vehicle and suffered a fractured ...

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