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CARNIVAL CORPORATION v. OPERADORA AVIOMAR S.A. DE C.V. et al

Case Number: 
1:11-cv-20687 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 

"17. CARNIVAL has tendered its defense and sought reimbursement and indemnity for all past and future damages, claims, expenses and/or judgments incurred by CARNIVAL on behalf of Javier, or as a result of Javier’s injuries as described above, from AVIOMAR to no avail and continues to request and seek the same herein.
18. Through its timely claim for insurance coverage, CARNIVAL has also sought reimbursement and indemnity for all past and future damages, claims, expenses and/or

MCWHITE v. ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY

Case Number: 
4:07-cv-01551 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 

"Appellant Stanley McWhite was employed by Ahold Americas Holdings, Inc. On February 10, 2005, McWhite was driving a tractor-trailer truck owned by Ahold, when the truck jack-knifed. McWhite exited the truck, and while setting up warning triangles along the road, as required by Ahold policy and Department of Transportation regulations, McWhite was struck and injured by a vehicle driven by an “underinsured” motorist.

BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS TIRE OPERATIONS, LLC et al v. PACIFIC EMPLOYERS INSURANCE COMPANY

Case Number: 
5:11-cv-00350 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 

"1. As to Count One, a declaratory judgment under 28 USC 2201 and 2202 declaring that PEIC owed a duty to defend the Plaintiffs under the WC/EL Policies for the claims asserted by the Blackwell Plaintiffs, and for such other and further relief as this Court deems just and equitable;
2. As to Count Two, an award of compensatory damages in an amount to be shown at trial but in all events in excess of $75,000 exclusive of interest and costs arising out of PEIC’s breach of its respective contracts of insurance;"

HOSPITALITY ENTERPRISES, INC. et al v. WESTCHESTER SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE COMPANY et al

Case Number: 
2:11-cv-00234 Search Pacer

"22. Westchester has failed and refused to provide Plaintiffs with the recovery to which Plaintiffs are entitled for insured losses resulting from a covered cause of loss. Westchester has breached the express terms and conditions of the Commercial Property Policies and has otherwise denied Plaintiffs the insurance coverage provided by the Commercial Property Policy.
23. Westchester has been arbitrary, capricious, and without probable cause, in delaying payment, failing to complete the inspection and adjustment process timely,

QLM ASSOCIATES, INC. v. MARSH & MCLENNAN COMPANIES, INC. et al

Case Number: 
2:04-cv-05184 Search Pacer

1. This is a class action against defendants Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. ("MMC"), Marsh Inc., Marsh USA Inc. ("Marsh USA"), and Seabury & Smith, Inc. d/b/a Marsh Advantage America ("Marsh Advantage") (together, "Marsh") for injunctive relief and damages, brought by Plaintiff, on behalf of itself and a Class (defined below), which have retained Marsh as their insurance broker during the Class Period (defined below)...

BOYKIN et al v. ILLINOIS UNION INSURANCE COMPANY et al

Case Number: 
2:11-cv-00326 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 

"37. a. Prior to entry of the Underlying Judgment, the Plaintiffs offered to Connolly to settle and resolve the claims asserted in the Underlying Litigation for an amount within the remaining limits of the Illinois Union Policy, which offer Connolly promptly forwarded to Illinois Union and demanded that Illinois Union resolve and settle the Plaintiffs' claims within the limits of the Illinois Union Policy;

ML LIQUIDATING TRUST v. WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY

Case Number: 
2:11-cv-00130 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 

"18. The failure and refusal of Westchester to pay on a quarterly basis the attorney's fees being incurred by the directors, officers and full·time employees in responding to the investigations by the SEC and the State of Arizona was a breach of its contractual obligations to these insureds.
19. The failure and refusal of Westchester to pay on a quarterly basis the amounts the bankruptcy estate of Mortgages paid to indemnify its directors, officers and full-time employees was a breach of its contractual obligations to Mortgages.

ML LIQUIDATING TRUST v. WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Corporate Disclosure

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D.R. HORTON, INC. v. LIBERTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY et al

Case Number: 
2:11-cv-00059 Search Pacer

"149. DRH has tendered its defense to Illinois Union on multiple occasions, but Illinois Union has refused to either accept or deny DRH's tender.
150. Illinois Union's handling of these claims was unreasonable, oppressive and malicious, violated Nevada law governing fair claims practices and warrants an award of punitive damages.

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