Insurer Not Liable for Deadly Bus Repair Accident, Wis. Federal Judge Rules



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MILWAUKEE, Wis. — A Wisconsin federal judge has ruled that Lancer Insurance Co. is not liable to pay for claims arising from a 2016 bus repair accident in which a man was injured and his son was killed because it falls under the commercial general policy’s exclusion barring coverage for injuries arising from the maintenance of any auto.

In a Nov. 16 order, Judge Brett H. Ludwig of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin further ruled that Lancer is not liable under a business auto liability policy because its coverage endorsements are not triggered under state …

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