INSURANCE LAW – CT Supreme Court reaffirms that UM insurer entitled to full credit for amounts received by insured, without apportionment:

2015-02-10 | Joseph M. Busher

Category: Insurance

Joseph M. Busher

The insured received $245,000 from two tortfeasors.  The insured had a $100,000 UM limit.  Rejecting the claim that a fact finder must apportion fault and damages before applying offsets, the Supreme Court affirms summary judgment for the insurer.  Guarino v. Allstate Property and Casualty Ins. Co., (January 6, 2015)

If you have a possible claim, you will need to review your options timely. For assistance, call the attorneys at Jackson O’Keefe now at (860) 278-4040.

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