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Policies provide no coverage for plaintiffs’ own conduct (access required)

Two waste management companies failed in their attempt to secure insurance coverage from insurers because the relevant agreements only provided coverage if the plaintiffs were sued for conduct of another company. Because the plaintiffs were sued only for their own ...

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Driver not covered when his own aggression caused injuries (access required)

A delivery driver who was injured after an incident in which he acted aggressively toward another driver who then struck him with his car in defense was not entitled to insurance benefits because the insurance policy expressly excluded injuries resulting ...

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Claims against insurance carrier were contract matter (access required)

The court held that, to the extent the defendants failed to pay plaintiffs for covered damages, the claims sounded in contract, and could not be pursued in tort pursuant to Virginia’s “economic loss rule.” Background Plaintiffs Danville Commercial Industrial Storage ...

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