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The Unfortunate Event Test Rules – Can’t Aggregate Three Accidents into One
Posted on 6 Oct 2015 by Barry Zalma

Insurance policy limits of liability can cause disputes between insurers and their insureds so that if there is one accident rather than three (even though the result from a single continuous and repeated exposure to the same general conditions) can limit... Read More

15 Minutes (Fifteen Seconds, Really) Could Have Saved The Gecko More Than 15% On Car Insurance
Posted on 26 Aug 2014 by Randy J. Maniloff

Coverage Opinions hardly ever addresses automobile or subrogation cases. Here I address both. But wait, stay with me. This is an interesting one. It also speaks to an overarching issue concerning how insurers treat policyholders in a certain claim setting... Read More

Driverless Cars: The Real Insurance Issue
Posted on 23 Mar 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

There has been a lot of talk lately about driverless cars. It has included when various manufacturers plan to introduce models with some driverless features (soon) and, more generally, longer-term predictions of when we’ll all be skootin’... Read More

CGL Policy with Specific “Other Insurance” Clause Ruled Excess Over Auto Policy for Claim Arising out of Automobile Accident
Posted on 3 Feb 2015 by Troutman Sanders

Employers Ins. Co. of Wausau v. Lexington Ins. Co. , 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115747 (C.D. Cal. Aug. 19, 2014), [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ] In Employers , the Central District of California found that a CGL Policy was excess... Read More