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Tag Archives: Insurance

Huguely insurance litigation ends; Love family’s suit set for trial (access required)

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. has no duty to pay damages in civil court for the man convicted of killing University of Virginia student Yeardley Love, potentially ending more than six years of litigation ...

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4th Circuit calls Amazon fulfiller, not seller, in Md. product liability case (access required)

Amazon cannot be held liable for selling an allegedly defective product when the online purchasing site merely helped complete the purchase between the buyer and manufacturer, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in excusing the web-based company of liability for ...

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Md. plastics maker’s insurance dispute heads toward trial (access required)

A multimillion-dollar insurance dispute between Baltimore Highlands-based Adell Plastics Inc. and its underwriter will proceed toward trial after a federal judge concluded a question remains whether Adell complied with the policy’s safety requirements before a devastating fire two years ago.

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4th Circuit affirms denial of $6M policy to indemnify Yeardley Love’s killer (access required)

A $6 million insurance policy cannot be used to indemnify the man convicted of killing Yeardley Love in her mother's wrongful death lawsuit against him due to a clause excluding criminal activity, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

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