A discussion of a recent Appellate Division of the District Court ruling a little-used statute can protect an insurance entity from a breach of contract for the payment of money.
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After receiving the claimant and insurers’ briefs, the Appeals Court issued an unusual order and ordered supplemental briefing on two issues that neither insurer had raised or argued.
A Massachusetts lawsuit involving “Uberrimae fidei”, a legal doctrine not often used in insurance coverage litigation, but nevertheless, an important one for an agent or insured to know when dealing with a maritime policy.
A family paid an uncovered $750,000 claim settlement to keep their son out of jail for an assault and battery charge occurring in Newport, Rhode Island.
An insurance coverage lawsuit between a realty trust and its agent after a rental deal with a Salem Restaurant ends badly.