Monthly Archives: March 2016

Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 10 – Denial for Failure to Appear – 2

 Denial for Failure to Appear – 2 One of the most important findings of the court with regard to the failure and refusal of the insured to appear at examination under oath is its finding that there was no requirement … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 9 – Denial for Failure to Appear

Denial for Failure to Appear In California the Court of Appeal concluded that, as a matter of law, the insured violated the requirement of the insurance policy that he submit to an examination under oath; that the insurer could on … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 8 – Reasonableness of the Examination Requirement

Reasonableness of the Examination Requirement Courts have consistently held that the requirement in an insurance policy that an insured submit to an examination under oath is reasonable. More than 80 years ago, in Hickman v. London Assurance Corp., 184 Cal. … Continue reading

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Insurance 101 – Chapter 12 – Volume 7 – Document Production -2

Document Production -2 The insured in Rymsha attempted to defeat the insurer’s argument by claiming the insurer was not prejudiced by her failure to produce  documents. The Court rejected the argument and found that the failure to produce the reasonably … Continue reading

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