Wednesday, June 29 2022
By Hope Patti (Jan. 10, 2022, 5:11 p.m. EST) – An insurer is off the hook covering a ropes course designer who built a challenge course used by an Ohio university that injured an incoming student, a judge ruled federal government, claiming that an exclusion of athletic participants prohibited coverage of the student’s underlying lawsuit.

An insurer has no obligation to defend or indemnify a rope course designer who built a challenge course used by an Ohio university that injured an incoming student, a federal judge ruled, citing an exclusion of sports participants. (AP Photo / Ashley Landis) Mid-Continent Excess & Surplus Insurance Co. has no obligation to defend or indemnify Experiential Systems Inc., …

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