Indiana GRQ, LLC v. American Guarantee and Liability Insurance Company et al
July 19, 2023
Insurers for a flooded factory building that was awarded $112 million in a historic bad faith win asked an Indiana federal court for a new trial and to stay the judgment against them pending their appeals.
July 18, 2023
Insurers for a flooded factory building that was awarded $112 million in an historic bad faith win asked an Indiana federal court to deny the factory's request for more than $18.7 million in costs and pre-judgment interest, or at least reduce the amount.
July 05, 2023
A flood-damaged manufacturing facility demanded $18.7 million in costs, attorney fees and prejudgment interest in Indiana federal court following its historic bad faith jury award, which would bring the total value of the case to upward of $130.7 million.
June 20, 2023
A flooded manufacturing facility's jury award of more than $112 million in bad faith and compensatory damages against its insurers will be upheld, an Indiana federal judge ruled Tuesday, in what the factory's attorney called "one of the top bad faith verdicts in the last 30 years."
May 25, 2023
A flooded manufacturing facility was awarded over $112 million by an Indiana federal jury Thursday for bad faith and breach of contract claims against insurers who refused to pay for 2016 damage, in what an attorney called "one of the largest jury verdicts in the state."
May 24, 2023
A flood-damaged factory demanded $108 million in compensation from its insurers during a jury trial in which a witness who saw confidential documents was barred Wednesday from testifying, and insurers, accused of acting in bad faith, asked an Indiana federal judge for a directed verdict.
May 15, 2023
An Indiana federal judge decided before a Tuesday trial in a $108 million flood insurance case to limit the testimony of a manufacturing facility's witness, but held off on excluding insurers' expert who saw confidential mediation documents, saying he would "address any appropriate sanction" at an evidentiary hearing.
May 01, 2023
An Indiana federal judge said the court went "too far" in finding an insurer's polychlorinated biphenyls policy exclusion was unenforceable in a $108 million flood damage suit brought by the owner of a manufacturing facility, granting the insurer the right to enforce the provision.
April 18, 2023
A property owner fighting seven insurers in a dispute over more than $108 million in connection with flooding asked an Indiana federal court to deny several expert reports from the insurers, saying in pretrial filings the carriers' "handling of experts mocks the confidentiality of mediations."
March 29, 2023
An Allianz unit asked an Indiana federal court to review its order denying the insurer an early exit from a $20 million flood coverage dispute, claiming the court misinterpreted its arguments to find that policy exclusions didn't apply to its $3 million share of liability.