Stephen Groves

Stephen Groves

Nexsen Pruet, PLLC

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District Court Opines That The Words Used In An Insurance Policy Actually Mean What They Say

Many practitioners, both near and far, assert that a good number of our courts’ opinions, whether at the state or the federal level, are simply “result oriented” decisions where the court has decided what result it wants to...more

7/23/2013 - Boilerplate Language Contract Interpretation Liability Insurance Plain Meaning

Appealing Propositions: Appellate Issues In The Law - Distinguishing Between Error and Reversible Error; Recognizing and Avoiding...

Right after the judge or the jury renders a “bad verdict” we all have undoubtedly heard, at least, one our clients say they want to appeal the case “all the way to the United States Court, if that’s what it takes to get...more

2/14/2013 - Abuse of Discretion Appeals Appellate Record Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure Frivolous Lawsuits Harmless Error Jury Trial Plain Error Reversible Error Standard of Review

Misrepresentation Law and Insurance Coverage In South Carolina

1. The Claim - An insurer may use the alleged misrepresentations and/or omissions of an insured in the life, health and disability insurance application process in two ways: (i) affirmatively, by seeking rescission of...more

2/13/2013 - Declaratory Judgments Disability Benefits Equitable Estoppel Fraud Health Insurance Life Insurance Misrepresentation Omissions Rescission Statute of Limitations

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