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I don’t routinely buy travel insurance.  I have insurance that covers my medical expenses (at least to a point) if I am in another country.   Therefore, the only reason I thought I needed travel insurance was to reimburse...
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In late September, the Indiana Supreme Court denied transfer in Schmidt v. Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company, 141 N.E.3d 1251 (Ind. Ct. App. 2020), a decision which appears to open the floodgates to a new category of...
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In Greene v. Westfield Insurance Company, 963 F.3d 619 (7th Cir. 2020), the Seventh Circuit affirmed the Northern District of Indiana’s entry of summary in favor of Westfield Insurance Company (“Westfield”) in a garnishment proceeding seeking to recover...
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You run a tavern.  After a reasonably quiet night you close at 3 am.  One of your customers had been there for a while, having friendly conversations with bartenders and other guests during the evening.  It was the...
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It would not seem to be a controversial idea that one who buys a cemetery plot remains entitled to it after discovering that the cemetery mistakenly re-sold it to another and then buried him in it.  But just...
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