Successfully Demonstrated That a Deceased Insured Acted Non-Negligently

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In dispositive motion practice in an action filed under Wisconsin’s singularly broad direct-action statute, Amundsen Davis successfully demonstrated that a deceased insured who died of gunshot wounds suffered in the midst of fleeing an armed robbery at high speed nevertheless acted non-negligently during events which led to the plaintiffs’ injuries. The intermediary Wisconsin appellate court ultimately affirmed the trial-level grant of summary judgment. 


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