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5TH CIRCUIT SAYS NO SUCH THING AS AN UNDERINSURED VEHICLE WHEN IT COMES TO DIMINUTION IN VALUE PROPERTY CLAIMS IN MISSISSIPPI: Watkins v. Allstate Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co., 2024 WL 135458 (5th Cir. 2024)

A recent 5th Circuit Court of Appeals decision interpreting Mississippi insurance law has ruled that an automobile insurance carrier can exclude diminished value claims from its underinsured motorist coverage. In Watkins v. Allstate Property & Casualty Insurance Company, Kimberly Jones…

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PENNSYLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT WILL RECONSIDER ITS OWN DECISION ON LANDLORD/TENANT SUBROGATION: Mut. Benefit Ins. Co. v. Koser, 2023 WL 8360563 (Pa. Super. 2023), reargument granted, opinion withdrawn, 2024 WL 174472 (Pa. Super. Jan. 17, 2024)

Subrogation professionals are seeing more and more cases involving a landlord’s carrier wanting to subrogate against a negligent tenant who caused damage to the leased premises. The ability of a landlord’s property insurer to subrogate against a tenant for property…

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