Berger v. U.S. Fidelity & Guar. Co., 834 F.2d 1154 (3rd Cir.(N.J.), Nov 30, 1987)
Practice Areas: Appellate Practice, First Party, Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith
This Third Circuit case involved a Declaratory Judgment Action in which the insured sought coverage for an accident involving an automobile owned by the insured and driven by the insured’s son. The District Court affirmed in part a Trial Court’s decision, ruling that the accident came within the exclusion written in the homeowner’s policy, but that there was a fact issue as to the applicability of the scope of the employment exclusion in the comprehensive general liability policy.