Tag Archives: insurance company

Insurance – Real Property – Insurable Interest – Legal & Equitable (access required)

Haynes v. Auto-Owners Insurance Co. A long-haul trucker may still have an insurable interest in a building that he owned and insured despite the fact that – after missing some important notices about the building while he was away on the job – he transferred ownership of the building to his father but failed to inform the defendant-insurance company.

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Civil Practice – Motion to Intervene – Insurance Carrier – Admiralty – Personal Injury (access required)

Lewis v. Excel Mechanical, LLC Defendant’s insurance company would only have an interest in this maritime case if the court were to determine, in a separate declaratory judgment action, that its policy provides coverage; therefore, the insurance company does not have a direct interest in this action and cannot intervene as of right.

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