Minnesota Supreme Court to Determine Calculation of Bad Faith Damages

On January 3, 2017, the Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments for John Wilbur v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Case No. A15-1438. The Court looked at the issue of whether “proceeds awarded” in Minn. Stat. § 604.18, subd. 3(a)(1), means (a) the jury’s net award after collateral sources offsets, even when that amount exceeds the policy limit, or (b) the amount of insurance policy proceeds available to be awarded.

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No Coverage for Boulder Mudslide Loss

  • By McCollum Crowley Law

Paros Properties LLC v. Colorado Casualty Insurance Co., et al. — In its decision rendered August 29, 2016, the Tenth Circuit denied coverage for a million dollar commercial building loss caused by a mudslide.

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Minnesota Workers' Compensation Law Update

Recently, the State of Minnesota instituted several changes to its Workers' Compensation Act. While the changes do not alter the fundamentals of workers' compensation, the changes will impact how Employers and Insurers process and defend their claims.

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