On February 8, South Carolina Lawyers Weekly reported on a case out of district court.
Reporter David Donovan detailed the decision in State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. v. Admiral Insurance Company. An excerpt from his article:
State Farm, which provided Robinson’s homeowner’s liability insurance, sued Admiral, contending that Admiral had a duty to indemnify Robinson. On Jan. 25, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Gergel granted Admiral’s motion for summary judgement, finding that the injuries clearly fell within the scopes of anti-hazing exclusion.
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Murphy & Grantland attorneys by Wesley B. Sawyer, J.R. Murphy and Timothy J. Newton represented Admiral Insurance Company.
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