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Justice Finds That Hit-And-Run Subject Car Was Not Insured By Insolvent Insurer

Mealey's (July 30, 2015, 7:43 AM EDT) -- NEW YORK — A New York justice on June 9 denied an insurer’s petition seeking to add an insolvent insurer as a party to a hit-and-run uninsured motorist suit, noting that the insolvent insurer’s policies had all been terminated before the hit-and-run accident had allegedly occurred (Fiduciary Insurance Company of America v. Carlos Rodriguez, No. 260802-2013, N.Y. Sup., Bronx Co.).

(Opinion available. Document #10-150828-003Z.)

Fiduciary Insurance Company of America sued Carlos Rodriguez in the Bronx County, N.Y., Supreme Court and proposed that Centennial Insurance Co. be...
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