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Mealey's Insurance - No Coverage Owed Under Auto Policy To Daughter Of Named Insureds, Judge Says

INDIANAPOLIS - An auto insurer did not breach its contract or act in bad faith by failing to provide uninsured motorist coverage to the daughter of the named insureds because the daughter was not a "resident relative" as she did not primarily reside in her parents' home at the time of her involvement in a car accident, an Indiana federal judge said Dec. 3 in granting the auto insurer's motion for summary judgement (Chelsea Grimes v. State Farm Auto Insurance Co., No. 18-1039, S.D. Ind., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 207951).
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