National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburg v. Fisher, 692 A.2d 892 (Del. Supr. 1997)
Kent v. Nationwide Property & Casualty Insurance Co., 844 A.2d 1092 (Del. Super. 2004), Del Pesco, J.
Deptula v. Horace Mann Insurance Co., 842 A.2d 1235 (Del. 2004), Berger, J.
This case addressed UIM stacking. The Delaware Supreme Court held that the stacking of coverage provided by multiple automobile insurance policies is permitted once the statutory threshold for UIM coverage has been satisfied by any one policy. The court found that nothing in the UIM statute prohibits stacking, and that stacking enables innocent claimants to be more fully compensated for their injuries.
Dunlap v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Co., 878 A.2d 434 (Del 2005).
State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co. v. Patterson, 7 A.3d 454 (Del. Supr. 2010)
Irene Sivakoff v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co. 2011 WL 1877610 (Del. Supr.)
Purnell-Charleston v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Co., 2011 WL 3812564 (Del. Super.)
Parsons v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Del. Super. C.A. No. 09C-01-029 JTV, December 30, 2011.
Parisi v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., 2012 WL 2161597 (Del. Super.). Affirmed 2012 WL 3007831.
Bermel v. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 56 A.3d 1062 (Del. 2012).
The Delaware Supreme Court finds that an individual injured in an automobile accident while driving personal vehicle for non-work related purpose was not entitled to UM/UIM benefits under a business insurance policy covering his company issued vehicle.