Finger Oil & Gas, Inc. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a statement by the insurer's underwriter that the policy provided oil well blow out coverage was not an actionable misrepresentation under the circumstances of the case as it was a general statement about the type of policy coverage and did not make any specific representations about the policy's terms or exclusions.
commercial general liability, CGL, Blow Out and Cratering Coverage, ownership exclusion, misrepresentation, owned property exclusion,
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