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Posted on: Mar 31, 2021

In Gladstone v. West Bend Mut. Ins. Co., the Indiana Court of Appeals held that a trial court did not abuse its discretion in allowing a defendant underinsured motorist carrier to introduce the plaintiff’s medical bills even though the plaintiff was only seeking damages for pain and suffering.

Posted on: Mar 31, 2021

In Gladstone v. West Bend Mut. Ins. Co., the Indiana Court of Appeals held that a trial court did not abuse its discretion in allowing a defendant underinsured motorist carrier to introduce the plaintiff’s medical bills even though the plaintiff was only seeking damages for pain and suffering.

Posted on: Mar 30, 2021

As coverage attorneys, much of the past year has been spent trying to track the explosion of litigation relating to COVID-19 claims. My own effort to keep up was made much easier by my discovery of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker.

Posted on: Mar 30, 2021

As coverage attorneys, much of the past year has been spent trying to track the explosion of litigation relating to COVID-19 claims. My own effort to keep up was made much easier by my discovery of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s Covid Coverage Litigation Tracker.

Posted on: Mar 30, 2021

Meet members of the Insurance Coverage Section with the Take Ten Q&A Series!

Posted on: Mar 30, 2021

Meet members of the Insurance Coverage Section with the Take Ten Q&A Series!

Posted on: Mar 1, 2021

Recently, the Northern District of Illinois entered dispositive orders on three bellwether cases involving COVID-19 business interruption coverage.

Posted on: Mar 1, 2021

Recently, the Northern District of Illinois entered dispositive orders on three bellwether cases involving COVID-19 business interruption coverage.

Posted on: Mar 1, 2021

On February 19, 2021, the Northern District of Ohio dismissed an insured’s complaint seeking coverage for business losses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The court held that the COVID-19 pandemic did not cause the insured to suffer a “direct physical loss of or damage to” its property. The court concluded “that ‘direct’ and ‘physical’ are adjectives describing both ‘loss of’ and "damage to" the insured premises.”

Posted on: Mar 1, 2021

On February 19, 2021, the Northern District of Ohio dismissed an insured’s complaint seeking coverage for business losses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The court held that the COVID-19 pandemic did not cause the insured to suffer a “direct physical loss of or damage to” its property. The court concluded “that ‘direct’ and ‘physical’ are adjectives describing both ‘loss of’ and "damage to" the insured premises.”


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