Pease v. State Farm Lloyds
A court of the Western District of Texas granted a motion to dismiss by an insurer under a businessowners liability policy on an insured's claims for his own bodily injuries resulting from a fall at his business premises, holding that costs for the insured's own bodily injuries do not constitute sums the insured is legally obligated to pay as damages.
businessowners liability policy, bodily injury, motion to dismiss, legally obligated to pay as damages, failure to state a claim
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