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Insurance Company sues WWASP Carolina Springs
« on: September 13, 2010, 10:12:19 PM »
It's a bit dated, but it's great reading.  Somebody sent me it this morning.
[attachment=0:24zp13zd]carolina springs insurance case.pdf[/attachment:24zp13zd]

The gist of it is that the insurance company got upset that WWASP allegedly misrepresented itself when applying for the policy. They insurance company is saying that if they knew what was going on they would never have insured Carolina Springs.
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Lexington justifiably and reasonably relied upon material misrepresentations, omissions and concealment of facts by CSA when it issued the Policy. These misrepresentations, omissions and concealment of facts were material to the acceptance of the risk by Lexington. If the true facts had been disclosed in the policy application, as required by the application, Lexington in good faith would have: (1) not issued the Policy; or (2) not issued the Policy with as large of a limit of liability or at the premium rate as applied for; or (3) not provided coverage with respect to any claims arising out of any of the alleged wrongdoing alleged in the Vaiden Lawsuit. Consequently, Lexington is entitled to rescind the Policy.
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Lexington Insurance Company v. Carolina Springs Academy et a
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2010, 11:23:40 AM »
See also:

    Lexington Insurance Company v. Carolina Springs Academy et al

      Plaintiff:     Lexington Insurance Company
      Defendants:    Carolina Springs Academy, Narvin Litchfield and Elaine Davis
       
      Case Number:    8:2008cv00892
      Filed:    March 17, 2008
       
      Court:    South Carolina District Court
      Office:    Anderson/Greenwood Office [ Court Info ]
      County:    Greenwood
      Presiding Judge:    Honorable G Ross Anderson Jr
       
      Nature of Suit:    Contract - Insurance
      Cause:    28:1391 Personal Injury
      Jurisdiction:    Diversity
      Jury Demanded By:    Plaintiff[/list][/list]
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      Offline Anne Bonney

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      Re: Insurance Company sues WWASP Carolina Springs
      « Reply #2 on: September 14, 2010, 11:47:34 AM »
      Now this is great to see!!  If they can't get coverage, they can't operate!!  First time EVER I've been impressed by an insurance company.
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      Lexington Insurance vs. CSA/Narvin
      « Reply #3 on: September 14, 2010, 03:47:03 PM »
      :deal: [attachment=0:5gvgkxbd]carolina springs insurance case.pdf[/attachment:5gvgkxbd]
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      Re: Lexington Insurance vs. CSA/Narvin
      « Reply #4 on: September 14, 2010, 03:50:08 PM »
      Quote from: "Antigen"
      :deal: [attachment=0:3l4ce9xg]carolina springs insurance case.pdf[/attachment:3l4ce9xg]
      I already posted it.
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      Re: Insurance Company sues WWASP Carolina Springs
      « Reply #5 on: September 29, 2010, 12:28:50 AM »
      Has this case been settled?

      Do you ever think change will come about?  How long have these programs been in operation now?  I wonder does anyone really care?

      Well I know some people do care...but will there ever be enough who do to make a difference?
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