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This appeal concerns whether State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company (“State Farm”) is liable, under certain insurance policies issued to Dr. ... Co. v. Beasley, 272 Ala. 200, 129 So.2d 676 (1961)). An act is within an employee's scope of employment if the act is done as part of the duties the employee was hired ...


Case opinion for AZ Supreme Court ZILISCH v. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


Case opinion for GA Court of Appeals HOLLAND v. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


Facts. Plaintiff was driving with his wife. He decided to pass six vans traveling ahead of them on a two-lane highway. Todd Ospital (Ospital) was driving a small car approaching from the opposite direction. To avoid a head-on collision, Ospital swerved onto the shoulder, lost control of his automobile, and collided with a ...


Facts. This claim arises from a three-car accident involving Plaintiff. Defendant is Plaintiff's automobile insurance provider. Plaintiff received a judgment against him in excess of his policy limits. Plaintiff claims that Defendant acted in bad faith by not settling the claim within the policy limits. Defendant argues that the claim is  ...


Plaintiff, a former independent contractor, sued Defendants, insurance companies, and Plaintiff's employers for wrongful termination of his employment contract. The contract stated that it could be terminated for any or no reason. The trial court granted Defendant's motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim upon which relief ...


Brief Fact Summary. Defendant Curtis Campbell sued his insurance carrier, Plaintiff State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. after Plaintiff refused to settle a suit against Curtis, resulting in a jury returning a verdict against Defendant for $185,849 more than the original parties suing Defendant were willing to settle for.


State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. v. Campbell 125 S. Ct. 1513 (2003). Campbell was probably at fault for a car accident that killed one person and injured another. The victims offered to settle for $50k (the maximum of Campbell's insurance policy), but his insurance company (State Farm), refused and went to ...