Mealey's Insurance - New York Federal Judge Allows Breach Of Contract Claims To Stand Against Insurer

Mealey's Insurance - New York Federal Judge Allows Breach Of Contract Claims To Stand Against Insurer

UTICA, N.Y. - A New York federal judge on Nov. 7 granted an insurer's motion to dismiss eight claims alleged by an insured seeking coverage for water and mold damages after determining that the insured plausibly alleged that the insurer breached its contract but failed to prove that the insurer's conduct amounted to any tortious behavior (Edmund G. Sanderson v. First Liberty Insurance Corp., No. 16-644, N.D. N.Y., 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 184468).

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