Indiana Insurance Company v. Patricia Kopetsky - 5/5/14

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Monday  May 5, 2014 
1:30 PM  EST

1:30 p.m. 49A02-1304-PL-340. Indiana Insurance contends that the trial court erred in granting Patricia summary judgment because (1) no damages were alleged by KB Home that qualify as “property damage” under the Policies; (2) KB Home alleged economic loss only, which does not qualify as “bodily injury” or “property damage” under the Policies; (3) the damages alleged were not the result of an “occurrence” under the Policies; (4) the Policies’ “expected and intended” exclusion barred coverage; (5) the trial court erred in failing to differentiate between Indiana Insurance’s breach of contract and constructive fraud claims; and (6) the trial court erred in concluding that Indiana insurance would have to indemnify Patricia for any judgment rendered in KB Home’s favor.  Patricia cross-appeals, claiming that the trial court erred in dismissing her bad faith claim against Indiana Insurance.
 

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