MAN WHO STOLE $50,000 IN ANTIQUES FROM GRANDPARENTS NOT ‘INSURED’ UNDER THEIR POLICY Ripley v. Brethren Mut. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

MAN WHO STOLE $50,000 IN ANTIQUES FROM GRANDPARENTS NOT ‘INSURED’ UNDER THEIR POLICY Ripley v. Brethren Mut. Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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MAN WHO STOLE $50,000 IN ANTIQUES FROM GRANDPARENTS NOT ‘INSURED’ UNDER THEIR POLICY

Ripley v. Brethren Mut. Ins. Co.

A Pennsylvania federal judge has granted partial summary judgment in favor of a pair of policyholders, finding their grandson, who admitted to stealing more than $50,000 in antiques from them, was not an “insured” for purposes of a policy exclusion....
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