State Farm Automobile Insurance Co v. Long et al
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|May 3, 2017
JUDGMENT: Consistent with the 55 Opinion and Order entered on 5/2/2017, it is considered, ordered, and adjudged that a declaratory judgment is entered in favor of State Farm Automobile Insurance Company. For the reasons stated in the Opinion and O rder entered on 5/2/2017, this Court declares that Grant Long, Jr., is an insured under policy number 257 6126-F24-04A ("the Policy"), that the unambiguous language of the car business exclusion in the Policy applies to the facts of this ca se, and that there is no coverage for the accident that occurred on 5/5/2014, in St. Francis County, Arkansas. As a result, State Farm has no duty to provide to Mr. Long a defense to Ralph Matarazzo's suit in the Circuit Court of St. Francis Cou nty, Arkansas, Civil Division, Case No. 62CV-2014-217-2, nor to indemnify him for any settlement reached or judgment rendered in plaintiff's favor in that suit, nor to pay on his behalf to Mr. Matarazzo any injuries or damages sustained by Mr. Matarazzo as a result of the 5/5/2014, accident. Signed by Judge Kristine G. Baker on 5/3/2017. (ljb)
|May 2, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER granting State Farm's 41 motion for summary judgment. If State Farm intends to seek monetary damages as against Mr. Long, State Farm is directed to make the appropriate filing with this Court within 14 days from the entry of this Order. The Court will enter final judgment only after all pending claims in this matter have been resolved. Signed by Judge Kristine G. Baker on 5/2/2017. (ljb)
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