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National Liability & Fire Insurance Co. v. Los Chavez Autobuses, Inc.

Court: SD Tx  03/10/2021  District Court Utilizes Extrinsic Evidence In Finding Insurer Did Not Owe Duty to Defend or to Indemnify

The court utilized extrinsic evidence related to the accident location in determining that a commercial auto liability insurer did not owe a duty to defend or indemnify its insured in underlying state court litigation.

commercial automobile liability insurance, motion for summary judgment, duty to defend, duty to indemnify, eight corners rule, extrinsic evidence, negligence, Mexico

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