Kenyon International Emergency Services, Inc. v. Starr Indemnity and Liability Co.
Court finds emergency services costs incurred following plane crash arguably were damages the insured was legally obligated to pay for bodily injury that were not subject to the aviation liability insurance policy's contractual liability exclusion.
aviation insurance policy, emergency services, legally obligated to pay, bodily injury, because of bodily injury, related claims, any and all other damages, contractual assumption of liability exclusion, exception, standing, breach of contract, third-party beneficiary, equitable subrogation, attorneys' fees, Civil Practice and Remedies Code 38.001
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