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PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE v. REYES

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Case Number: 
RIC1120119 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 
Opposing Party: 
PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE
Court Type: 
State
State Court: 
California.Supeior Court (Riverside)
Date Filed: 
Dec 16 2011

"FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
(Breach of Contract Against All Defendants)

9. Plaintiff hereby incorporates by reference paragraphs 1 through 8, inclusive, of this Complaint as if set forth in full in this paragraph.

10. On or about December 29,2009, Plaintiff upon the request of Defendants for Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance coverage, provided Defendants with an Insurance Policy No. C45879781 for the period of 12/29/2009 through 12/29/2010, in writing, which was subject to an audit and recomputation of its premium (the "Policy"). Plaintiff is authorized under the Policy to examine and audit all records that relate to the Policy during the policy period. The Policy provides that the final premium will be determined by using the actual premium basis and the proper classifications and rates as determined by an audit. The Policy further obligated Defendants to pay the difference between the estimated and actual premiums after the audit and final premium determined by Plaintiff. In this regard, the Policy, in part, provides:"

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