Blevins v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
Justice's dissent finds that, uncontroverted, objective evidence of injury, where such evidence strongly contradicts the challenged finding, and when the jury notes contain questions clearly confusing coverage questions with liability questions, the jury engaged in a flawed deliberative process and issued a verdict that should not have survived appellate review.
automobile liability insurance policy, underinsured motorist, uninsured motorist, bodily injury, damages, motion to quash deposition
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