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Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 17 Mar 2015

Ohio Supreme Court rules that employment intentional tort claims are excluded from coverage

In a long-awaited decision important to Ohio employers and their insurers, the Ohio Supreme Court has held that insurance policies which exclude from


Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 20 Apr 2012

West Virginia becomes 13th state to require insurance information disclosure

Effective June 8, 2012, West Virginia Code 33-6F-2 will require insurance companies to provide attorneys representing a driver injured in an automobile accident access to the other driver's insurance information upon request.


Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 24 Jun 2010

Third-party bad faith returns to West Virginia as a private cause of action

Earlier this month, in Doris Michael, et al v Appalachian Heating, LLC and State Auto Ins Co, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals announced that third-party claimants once again have, in at least some situations, a private cause of action for bad faith insurance claim handling.


Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 10 May 2010

Ohio Supreme Court expands scope of covered damages

On May 4, 2010, the Ohio Supreme Court affirmed an appellate decision which ordered an insurance company to pay a third-party claimant's attorney fees after those fees were awarded as part of a judgment against the company's insured based on the insured's malicious underlying conduct.

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