State Farm Ins. Co. v. JT's Frames, Inc., No. B215457 - Contract Law - California Case Law
California Case Law - The FindLaw California Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal Opinion Summaries Blog

State Farm Ins. Co. v. JT's Frames, Inc., No. B215457

In an action wherein plaintiff-insurer sought a declaration that defendant's underlying claims involving unsolicited faxes were not covered by policies as "advertising injury" or "property damage," summary judgment in favor of defendant is affirmed where the claims asserted in the Illinois actions were not covered by the State Farm policies. Also, defendant's appeal from an order denying its motion to quash service of the complaint is rejected as such as order not is not appealable where, as here, the party contesting jurisdiction enters a general appearance and litigates the merits. 

Read State Farm Ins. Co. v. JT's Frames, Inc., No. B215457 [HTML]

Read State Farm Ins. Co. v. JT's Frames, Inc., No. B215457 [PDF]

Appellate Information

Filed January 26, 2010

Judges

Opinion by Judge Manella

Counsel


For Appellant:  Law Offices of Ryan G. Richardson, Ryan G. Richardson; Law Offices of Leah Nico and Phillip A. Bock

For Appellee:   Robie & Matthai and James R. Robie, Steven S. Fleischman and David J. Weinman