4TH CIR. WON'T ALLOW INSURER TO EVADE COVERAGE ON SERIAL NUMBER MIX-UP Myrick v. Prime Ins. Syndicate | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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4TH CIR. WON'T ALLOW INSURER TO EVADE COVERAGE ON SERIAL NUMBER MIX-UP Myrick v. Prime Ins. Syndicate

15 No. 18 ANINSCLR 4Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

4TH CIR. WON'T ALLOW INSURER TO EVADE COVERAGE ON SERIAL NUMBER MIX-UP Myrick v. Prime Ins. Syndicate

15 No. 18 ANINSCLR 4Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

15 No. 18 Andrews Ins. Coverage Litig. Rep. 4
Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter
*1 February 11, 2005
Bad Faith
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4TH CIR. WON'T ALLOW INSURER TO EVADE COVERAGE ON SERIAL NUMBER MIX-UP

Myrick v. Prime Ins. Syndicate

The 4th Circuit has affirmed that the misidentification of a piece of logging equipment that was later destroyed by fire did not bar coverage for the loss. While refusing to hold the insurer liable for bad faith, the panel let stand a jury verdict...
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