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Cross Motions on Coverage for Collapse Denied

   Cross-motions for summary judgment designed to determine coverage for the Church’s collapse claim were denied. Bethel Missionary Baptist Church v. S. Must. Church Ins. Co., 2019 U. S. Dust. LEXIS 24705 (W. D. N. C. Feb. 15, 2019).     The Church sought summary judgment on its claim for bad faith, arguing that the insurer denied the claim without knowing North Xarolina law on court concurrent causation or partial collapse. The Church claimed that the insurer denied the claim without following ...
Tags: Church, Insurance, Tred Eyerly, CHRCH, Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, S Must Church Ins, North Xarolina


Exhaustion of Primary Policy Triggers Excess Coverage

    The Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's ruling that the excess policy was triggered by settlements exhausting the primary policy.  Westport Ins. Corp. v. California Cas. Management Company , 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 4889 (9th Cir. Feb. 20, 2019).      Doe 1, Doe 2 and Doe 3 filed suit against the insured, Moraga School District, and three of its administrators for alleged sexual abuse by a teacher. The District was insured under primary general liability policies from 1991 through 1997. ...
Tags: Insurance, DOE, Westport, District, Ninth Circuit, Tred Eyerly, Excess Coverage, Allocation, Damon Key, Mark Murakami, Association of California School Administrators, California Casualty, Westport Ins Corp, California Cas Management Company, Moraga School District, Westport Westport



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