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Insurance : Auto Accident – Other Insurance Clause –  Ambiguity

Stephanie Maniscalco//February 12, 2018

Insurance : Auto Accident – Other Insurance Clause –  Ambiguity

Stephanie Maniscalco//February 12, 2018

Where an insurer challenged a summary judgment against it ordering the indemnification of insured for damages sustained by the insured’s passengers in an auto accident, the judgment is affirmed because the phrase “a single loss” as used in the triggering phrase of the other insurance clause was ambiguous.

Judgment is affirmed.

Shelter Mutual Insurance Company v. Lester (MLW No. 71406/Case No. SD34956 – 11 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Lynch, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Jasper County, Mouton, J. (Scott Edward Bellm, Springfield, for appellant) (Jeremy Keith Brown, Joplin, and Paul David Link, Springfield, for respondent).

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