Insurer Seeks Quick Win Over Vape Device Battery Seller

By Melissa Angell (April 9, 2021, 9:33 PM EDT) -- A Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. affiliate urged a Utah federal judge on Thursday to hand the insurer a quick win in a dispute accusing the insurance company of breaching its contract when it allegedly canceled a store owner's insurance policy without providing 30 days' notice.

Scottsdale Insurance Co., doing business as Nationwide, explained that it did not breach its contract with R-L Sales LLC because it did not cancel the policy but instead opted not to renew it.

"Scottsdale could not have breached a contractual obligation to give 30-days' notice before cancelling the policy because Scottsdale did not cancel the policy...

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