Purnell-Charleston v. State Farm

CONCLUDED

Oral Argument
02/05/13 – 02/05/13

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Summary

In this oral argument before the Delaware Supreme Court, the attorney representing plaintiff Dianna Purnell-Charleston sought reversal of the Superior Court's decision that concluded State Farm had satisfied its statutory obligation of extending a meaningful offer of uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage equal to Ms. Purnell-Charleston's bodily injury liability limits. Ms. Purnell-Charleston filed a suit after State Farm denied her request for reformation of her automobile insurance policy, increasing her UM/UIM limits to match that of her liability coverage, $25,000/$50,000.

Outcome

The Superior Court's judgment was affirmed.

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