1. May 09, 2024

    Insurer Still Can't Escape Explosion Coverage Row

    An insurer cannot yet avoid defending gas companies in personal injury litigation after a subcontractor caused an explosion injuring three people, an Indiana federal court has ruled, reiterating a previous finding that the subcontractor's ultimate release from liability following a settlement has no bearing on the gas companies' additional insured status.

  2. September 26, 2022

    Insurer Can't Escape Bad-Faith Claims, Ga. Gas Cos. Say

    Navigators Insurance Co. can't escape its coverage duties to Atlanta Gas Light Co. even if its named insured reached a settlement over a gas leak explosion that injured three people, the gas company told an Indiana federal court Monday, arguing it is entitled to additional insured coverage.

  3. August 29, 2022

    Insurer Seeks Early End To Ga. Gas Leak Injury Case

    Navigators Insurance Co. has asked an Indiana federal court to find that it doesn't have to cover Atlanta Gas Light Co. in litigation stemming from a natural gas leak and explosion that injured three people.

  4. October 29, 2021

    Insurer Gets Claims Cut In Ga. Gas Explosion Liability Row

    A federal judge in Indiana has slightly trimmed a suit against Navigators Insurance Co. by Georgia companies seeking coverage following a Georgia natural gas leak and explosion that injured several people.