KAZI v. STATE FARM FIRE AND CASUALTY, S078962
An insurer providing a liability policy that covers damage to tangible property on the insured-s premises has no duty to defend an easement dispute.
- Decided 01/18/2001
- Published 01/18/2001
Supreme Court of California
Law Offices of Smolker & Graham, Alice M. Graham, Marina Del Rey, and Gary S. Smolker, in pro. per., and for Plaintiffs and Appellants and for Objector and Appellant., Anderson, Kill & Olick, John A. MacDonald, Philadelphia, PA, Edward M. Joyce, New York, NY, Jordan S. Stanzler, San Francisco; and Amy S. Bach, for United Policyholders as Amicus Curiae on behalf of Plaintiffs and Appellants.
Robie & Matthai, Michael J. O'Neill, Pamela E. Dunn, Claudia M. Sokol, Gabrielle M. Jackson and Natalie A. Kouyoumdjian, Los Angeles, for Defendant and Respondent State Farm Fire and Casualty Company., Horvitz & Levy, Barry R. Levy, Mitchell C. Tilner, Encino, Robert H. Wright; Cotkin & Collins, Joan M. Dolinsky and Terry C. Leuin, Los Angeles, for Defendants and Respondents Truck Insurance Exchange and Farmers Insurance Exchange., Peter F. Riley, for Movants and Respondents.