Court Rules Car Insurance Company Can Be Reimbursed

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of a national auto insurer which sought reimbursement from a third party after the insured was involved in a car accident. Law360 reported that GEICO was allowed to be reimbursed for medical expenses from the insurance company of a convenience store that was sued by a drunk driver who bought a bottle of vodka from the store and consumed it before getting behind the wheel.

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Federal Court Upholds Ruling in Favor of Insurance Company in Claim Theft Case

On April 2002, Construction Contractors chose AlphaCare Services Inc. in Toledo as its subcontractor to handle the day-to-day operations for its “subscribers,” which consisted of regional construction firms. In July 2012, John R. Moon, AlphaCare’s co-owner, told Construction Contractors his company did not have enough money to meet its obligations, despite the fact that Construction Contractors’ subscribers were making their payments on time and regularly fulfilling their obligations.

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