Louisiana Majority Reverses Ruling Granting Insurer's Motion To Enforce Stipulation

Louisiana Majority Reverses Ruling Granting Insurer's Motion To Enforce Stipulation

NEW ORLEANS - A majority of the Louisiana Supreme Court on April 9 reversed an appeals court's ruling granting an insurer's motion to enforce a stipulation and forbearance agreement that, according to the insurer, barred insureds from seeking to enforce a $92.9 million judgment in a class action lawsuit involving hurricanes Katrina and Rita claims (Geraldine Oubre and Linda Gentry v. Louisiana Citizens Fair Plan, No. 12-OC-0642, La. Sup.).  Subscribers may view the per curiam opinion within the full update.

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