Law360, Los Angeles (June 13, 2016, 9:59 PM EDT) -- The Foo Fighters sued a slew of Lloyd's of London insurers in California federal court Monday, claiming that the carriers have wrongfully refused to pay the band's claims for losses from the cancellation of several shows in Europe because of a foot injury to lead singer Dave Grohl and November's deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.
In the complaint, the Foo Fighters allege that nearly a dozen Lloyd's insurers have failed to pay the full coverage owed under a pair of policies the band purchased to cover losses stemming from concert cancellations during its world tour last year, including one specifically designed...
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