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

INSURANCE LAW: CT Supreme Court Reaffirms That Insurer Entitled To Full Credit For Amounts Received By Insured, Without Apportionment

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)

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