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Mar 26, 2014 ... State of LOUISIANA, on behalf of insured(s)/assignor(s)/subrogor(s), Plaintiff– Appellee v. AMERICAN NATIONAL PROPERTY & CASUALTY COMPANY; American National General Insurance Company; ANPAC Louisiana Insurance Company, Defendants–Appellants.


Nov 17, 2016 ... AMERICAN NATIONAL PROPERTY AND CASUALTY COMPANY,. Plaintiff Below, Petitioner v. TARA CLENDENEN, JAMES CLENDENEN,. MARY A. ... From the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia .... or persons injured, our total liability under Coverage E for all damages.


STRATEGIC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC., and Anpac Louisiana Insurance Company. Richard F. PRICE, Jr. and Susan Price, v. ANPAC LOUISANA INSURACE COMPANY and American National Property and Casualty Company. Percy BINGHAM, Jr., v. Joseph WILSON, et al. Celeste NEIGEL and Nathaniel Neigel, ...


May 23, 2017 ... Wherever the designation “the Companyor “FFCIC” appears herein without qualification, it should be ... American National Property And Casualty Company ( ANPAC). Missouri. ANPAC Louisiana Insurance Company (ANPAC LA). Louisiana. Farm Family Life Insurance Company (FFLIC). New York.


Jul 26, 2016 ... WVSCBlog Coverage. Argument Preview: American National Property and Casualty v. Clendenen, et al. ... If so, do the unambiguous severability clauses in the insurance policies, which state that the insurance applies separately to each insured, prevail over the exclusions and require the insurers to apply ...


Feb 9, 2016 ... The law firm of Guy E. Burnette,. Jr. P.A. is a civil practice law firm with offices located in. Tallahassee, Tampa, Pensacola and New Orleans, Louisiana handling insurance coverage and claim disputes, administrative and regulatory matters, business litigation, and admiralty cases. The firm's principal is Guy ...


American National Property and Casualty Company Louisiana Insurance Company and Allison Marie Holley and Tag Holley (Affirmed in Part; Reversed in Part) Date: November 20, 2013. Docket Number: 48,615-CA. Veocho Cornelious v. Louisiana Workforce Commission, et al. (Reversed) Date: November 20, 2013


In the field of maritime contracts as in that of maritime torts, the National Government has left much regulatory power in the States. As later discussed in more ... Hooper v. People of State of California, 155 U.S. 648, 15 S.Ct. 207, 39 L. Ed. 297. Later, the power of States to regulate marine insurance was reaffirmed in Nutting v.


297 U.S. 233. Grosjean v. American Press Co., Inc. (No. 303). Argued: January 14, 1936. Decided: February 10, 1936. 10 F.Supp. 161, affirmed. Syllabus ... State of Louisiana, shall, in addition to all other taxes and licenses levied and assessed in this State, pay a license tax for the privilege of engaging in such business in ...