Insurers: Amended Counterclaim Is ‘Replete With Hyperbole,’ Borrowed ‘Buzzwords’
Mealey's (January 13, 2016, 4:05 PM EST) -- FORT PIERCE, Fla. — Insurers on Jan. 11 moved to dismiss a manufacturer insured’s amended counterclaim in a breach of contract and bad faith dispute, arguing that the counterclaim fails because the purported improper conduct concerns their calculation of unpaid premium and not the denial of coverage (Wausau Underwriters Insurance Co. and The First Liberty Insurance Corp. v. Danfoss, LLC, No. 14-14420, S.D. Fla.).
(Plaintiffs’ motion to dismiss available. Document #13-160121-004M.)
Wausau Underwriters Insurance Co. and the First Liberty Insurance Corp. (collectively, Liberty) are owned by...