The Property & Liability Resource Bureau (PLRB) has highlighted two recent MLR success stories on its Property and Liability Legal Updates page (login required). The first case highlighted by PLRB is the Hoffman v. Foremost Signature Ins. Co., Civ. No. 6:12-cv-1534-MC, matter from the U.S. District Court in Oregon, in which MLR successfully obtained partial summary judgment on behalf of its client with the argument that a stick-built structure was not like kind and quality replacement for a mobile home. The second MLR matter showcased by PLRB is the recent decision by the Washington Court of Appeals in the Ibrahim v. AIU Insurance Co., Wash. Ct. of App., Div. I, Case No. 69554-1-I, upholding summary judgment in a UIM case involving a claim for stigma damages and under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA).
- Post author:Scott MacLaren
- Post published:November 22, 2013
- Post category:Automobile Insurance / Consumer Protection Act (CPA) / Fire Loss / Homeowner's and Property Insurance / Property Damage / Replacement Cost
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