Penn-America Looks To Escape Coverage In RV Club Suit

Law360, New York (June 15, 2016, 11:24 PM EDT) -- Penn-America Insurance is looking to get out of covering a $1.85 million class action settlement against a defunct South Carolina RV resort, saying Tuesday the claims that the resort converted to a public club after selling private memberships aren’t covered by its policy.

In a complaint lodged in South Carolina federal court, Penn-American asked the court to find its policy covered none of the claims arising from the class action and a related libel suit involving the former Big Water Resort.

“These lawsuits, in turn, relate to a series of other lawsuits in federal and state courts in the protracted litigation...

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