Insurance Law

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Crime Doesn’t Pay – Running Over Victim in the Course of a Robbery Is not an Accident
Posted on 12 Aug 2015 by Barry Zalma

Insurance, as I have said often, only insures against fortuitous events. If the event is either contingent or unknown it can be insured against. In Smith v. Patton , Slip Copy, 2015 Wisc. App. LEXIS 547 (Wis.App., July 2015), [subscribers can access... Read More

Troutman Sanders Wins Insurance Coverage Dispute in California Federal Court Proving that Crime Really Doesn’t Pay
Posted on 6 May 2014 by Troutman Sanders

By Eileen King Bower Troutman Sanders recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of Continental Casualty Company in an insurance coverage dispute in the Northern District of California, [ enhanced version available to subscribers ].... Read More