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Hinton v. Beck, No. C056911

By FindLaw Staff on August 26, 2009 4:53 PM

In a personal injury action, denial of an insurer's motion to intervene is affirmed where the insurer, having denied coverage and having refused to defend the action on behalf of its insured, did not have a direct and immediate interest to warrant intervention in the litigation.

Read Hinton v. Beck, No. C056911

Appellate Information

Filed August 25, 2009


Opinion by Judge Blease


For Appellants:

Lois A. Lindstrom, Ericksen, Arbuthnot, Kilduff, Day & Lindstrom, Walnut Creek, CA

Gregory A. Mase, Ericksen, Arbuthnot, Kilduff, Day & Lindstrom, Walnut Creek, CA

For Respondent:

John D. Barr, Barr & Mudford, Redding, CA

J. Michael Favor, Barr & Mudford, Redding, CA

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