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A witness is permitted to make substantive changes to his deposition testimony.
The Firefighter’s Rule does not protect negligent third parties whose conduct has nothing to do with firefighters or police officers responding to an emergency.
Summary judgement in favor of an insurer is precluded when there is a material issue of fact as to whether the insured received notice of the addition of a policy coverage exclusion.
A medical expert with some degree of knowledge, skill, experience, training, or education in the field he seeks to render an expert opinion is a sufficiently qualified.
Federal court system maintains exclusive jurisdiction over an action by a self-insured ERISA health plan to recover money.
Former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute applies to “fronting” policies.
No conflict between subsections K and J of former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute.
for amicus curiae Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers; Insurance policies providing incidental coverage for motor vehicles are not subject to the former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute.
for amicus curiae Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers; Coverage is available on semi-trailer under federally-mandated MCS-90 endorsement to insurance policy even though operator of the rig was not an insured under the terms of the trailer’s main policy and even though there was no claim that the trailer owner was negligent.
A motor vehicle liability insurance policy purchased to satisfy the Ohio Financial Responsibility Statute is subject to the former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute.
An insured’s status as a self-insurer “in a practical sense” for a portion of bodily injury liability coverage does not excuse a motor vehicle liability insurer from complying with the former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute by offering uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage in an amount equivalent to the full bodily injury liability coverage limits.
for amicus curiae Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers; Homeowner’s insurance policy providing limited liability coverage for vehicles not subject to motor vehicle registration is not a motor vehicle liability policy and is not subject to the requirement of former R.C. 3937.18 to offer uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.
for amicus curiae Raymond Richard Nelson; State tort claim based upon manufacturer’s failure to equip automobiles with air bags is not preempted by former Section 1381 et seq., Title 15, U.S.Code and regulations promulgated thereunder.
Filing a motion for summary judgment constitutes a waiver of a contractual right to arbitration.
(1996), 76 Ohio St.3d 1404, 666 N.E.2d 565; A “no-air bag” claim is not federally pre-empted by the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act.
(1992), 65 Ohio St.3d 1458, 602 N.E.2d 254; Former Ohio Uninsured Motorist Statute applies separately as to each named insured.
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