Insurance Company Can’t Have It Both Ways, Estopped From Statute of Limitations Defense

In the recent case of Clark  v. Powers, the Tennessee Court of Appeals determined that an insurance company couldn’t avoid liability under a statute of limitations defense by arguing lack of service of process when it had allowed a co-defendant to enter into a written agreement to delay service.   [Read more…]

Statute of Limitations Bars Subrogation Claim in Car Wreck Case

The Tennessee Court of Appeals case State Farm Mutual Ins. Co. v. Blondin presents a clever (but unsuccessful) attempt to work around a statute of limitations defense. [Read more…]