By Jeannie O’Sullivan (February 10, 2022, 3:36 PM EST) — The Third Circuit appeared reluctant on Thursday to interpret the terms of excess insurance coverage using the language of Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation law that does not appear in the font, as a chemical The company has sought to revive its case by seeking reimbursement of compensation for injuries it has paid over three decades.
During oral argument, a three-judge panel debated Neville Chemical Co.’s argument that TIG Insurance Co. must compensate it for payments it has made over the years for the medical expenses of former worker Larry Kelley because his claim for coverage dates back to Kelley’s 1993 work accident. Neville claimed that his payments for subsequent injuries…
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