Insurer Asks 6th Circ. To Rehear Indians Fatality Ruling
By Juan Carlos Rodriguez
Law360, New York (September 6, 2013, 6:39 PM ET) -- CSI Insurance Group on Friday asked the entire Sixth Circuit to reconsider a ruling that the insurer may be liable for damages suffered by the Cleveland Indians when a falling inflatable slide killed a spectator at a pregame event, saying the ruling improperly expanded state law.
A panel ruling last month overturned part of a Michigan federal court's finding that CSI and New Hampshire Insurance Co. weren't liable for negligence in failing to write a policy that covered inflatable slides for the event.