On May 5, 2021, the SJC heard an important case that could radically increase the damages that automobile insurers must pay for third-party property damage claims.
The Appeals Court affirmed a judgment in favor of MetLife denying an Attorney’s collision coverage for the Cadillac limousine he had bought to ferry clients to his office.
It has been eight months since the Division of Insurance has rendered a producer license decision.
A class action complaint against Plymouth Rock sought a ruling on regulatory costs for first-party total loss claims.
Massachusetts, as opposed to many states, allows insurance companies to pursue subrogation in the name of the insured rather than in the name of the insurance company. This case is one such example.