A fraud suit against State Farm Insurance brought by one of its insured will continue in trial court after the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday there were genuine issues of material fact precluding the grant of summary judgment to the insurer.
Indianapolis-based Anthem Insurance has lost a ruling in its favor after the Indiana Court of Appeals reversed Thursday and determined the insurer should have covered a doctor’s medical expenses incurred during his grace period for late premium payments.
A northern Indiana couple cannot seek insurance coverage for pre-existing environmental pollution they discovered on their businesses’ property because the language of their insurance policy unambiguously exempts coverage for known or unknown property damage occurring before their policy began, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
Attorneys who attend this year’s annual meeting of the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana will have the opportunity to sit in on oral arguments before the Indiana Court of Appeals when the court travels to French Lick for arguments this week.
An insurance company cannot seek reimbursement from two contractors on a claim it paid on behalf of its insured because the insured’s contract with the contractors contained a subrogation waiver that bars the insurer’s negligence claim, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
A split panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court ruling that data the state collects on workers’ compensation insurance is confidential, but a dissenting judge called the majority’s decision “an open invitation to erode the transparency of governmental affairs.”
A Mississippi-based bank that was sued for charging excessive overdraft fees was not entitled to coverage under its insurance policy because the policy specifically excluded claims arising from fees or charges, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.