When a coverage dispute arises, it may be necessary to file for a declaratory judgment establishing the rights of the parties to the insurance agreement. We can help. The attorneys at Subashi & Wildermuth have pursued and defended declaratory judgment actions with success.
- Ryder Truck Rental, Inc., dba Ryder Transportation Services v. Feix, Preble County Case No. 2008 CV 27000. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company in where insured attempted suicide by driving head-on into oncoming traffic.
- Anders v. Defibaugh, Greene County Case No. 2009 CV 420. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company on issue of whether driver qualified as “insured” under his mother’s policy.
- State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. v. Gourley, Franklin Cty. Case No. 10CVH-08-12271. Obtained summary judgment in a declaratory judgment action where the insured had intentionally rammed another vehicle but claimed that she had not intended injuries. Summary judgment upheld by the Tenth Appellate District in No. 12AP-200, 2012-Ohio-4909.