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Walker v State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Company

Case Conclusion Date: 12.30.2007

Practice Area: Consumer protection

Outcome: Consumer Prevailed in Settlement

Description: One of several dozen wrecked car cases involving the resale by State Farm Insurance Co. of cars that had been totaled out in insurance claims without branding the vehicles as "salvage." The vehicles were subsequently rebuilt and resold to consumers by other middlemen and used car dealers. In pretrial motions, and contrary to several other trial court decisions, the court here held that a Consumer Act claim can not be stated against an insurance company but other claims could.

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