Kenyon v. Elephant Insurance Company
A court has found that an insurer who accepts a post-accident phone call has no duty to ask the insureds if they are in a safe location or tell them to move to a safe location because the insureds would typically be in a better position to assess the safety of their location than a claims representative who is not on the scene.
automobile liability insurance policy, car insurance, auto, automobile, duty, negligence, foreseeability
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