Majority opinion says policy language restricting an insured’s ability to assign the benefits of their claim to a collision repair facility is ambiguous, overturning a lower court ruling to dismiss the case.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a lower court ruling that in favor of State Farm to dismiss a breach of contract lawsuit brought by a collision repair shop that had an assignment of benefits (AOB) to a claim that the insurer argued was prohibited by anti-assignment language in its insurance policy. The Supreme Court opinion sends the case back to the lower court for further
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