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Auto-Owners Insurers Want Out Of $14.5M Accident Claim

Law360 (July 27, 2018, 8:05 PM EDT) -- Three insurance companies have asked a Florida federal court to certify that none of them is responsible for covering the estate of a dealership owner in a $14.5 million state court suit over an accident that occurred when a car dealership owner crashed a car owned by the dealership.

Auto-Owners Insurance Co. and Owners Insurance, which provided several insurance policies to Stephen Witzer and his family, and Southern-Owners Insurance Co., which insured Steve Witzer Classic Motors, claimed in a suit filed Wednesday that none of the...
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