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  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Carioto
    Declaratory Judgment: Timing
    194 Ill.App.3d 767, 551 N.E.2d 382, 141 Ill. Dec. 389 (1st dist. 2nd div. 1990) Declaratory judgment appropriate, where there is conclusive evidence that insured acted intentionally.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Carol Greer and Michael Mielczarek
    Exclusions: Intentional Act
    396 Ill.App.3d 1037, 921 N.E.2d 793, 336 Ill. Dec. 937 (3rd dist. 2009) When a policy contained a criminal acts exclusion, there was no duty to defend a lawsuit alleging criminal acts of the insured.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Davenport
    Life And Disability Insurance: Total Disability
    309 Ill.App.3d 261, 723 N.E.2d 768, 242 Ill. Dec. 791 (1st dist. 2nd div. 1999) Question of fact existed as to whether defendant was "continuously" prevented from engaging in any occupation.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Eggermont
    Resident Of Household
    180 Ill.App.3d 55, 535 N.E.2d 1047, 129 Ill. Dec. 282 (2nd dist. 1989) Statute voiding resident/relative exclusion in contribution claims applied to homeowners policy for claim involving use of covered vehicle.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Fisher
    213 Ill.App.3d 713, 571 N.E.2d 792, 156 Ill. Dec. 812 (1st dist. 3rd div. 1991) Strict compliance with 30-day rule not required.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Gonzalez-Loya
    Underinsured Motorist Coverage: Stacking
    226 Ill.App.3d 446, 589 N.E.2d 882, 168 Ill. Dec. 482 (1st dist. 5th div. 1992) UIM coverage could not be stacked.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Hutcheson
    Exclusions: Automobile Business
    231 Ill.App.3d 973, 596 N.E.2d 1357, 173 Ill. Dec. 478 (5th dist. 1992) No coverage for accident involving customer's car driven by person engaged in the automobile business, even though minor personal detour taken.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Kovar
    Collateral Estoppel
    363 Ill.App.3d 493, 842 N.E.2d 1268, 299 Ill. Dec. 916 (2nd dist. 2006) Court order establishing a battery conviction against the insured, in and of itself, did not collaterally estop insured and victim from arguing that cut was negligently inflicted.
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Lane
    Occurrence: In General
    345 Ill.App.3d 547, 803 N.E.2d 102, 280 Ill. Dec. 872 (1st dist. 2nd div. 2003) Insurer had no duty to defend lawsuit against sellers for negligent representation and failure to ascertain defects because the complaint failed to allege an "occurrence" resulting in "property damage."
  • Allstate Insurance Company v. Mathis
    Exclusions: Business Pursuits
    302 Ill.App.3d 1027, 706 N.E.2d 893, 236 Ill. Dec. 19 (3rd dist. 1999) Day care service provided by insured to friend's children held to be excluded "business activity" under renter's liability policy.