It was the contention of the defendant-appellant insurers that their liability was limited in both instances by the "other insurance" provisions of their respective policies. These provisions were both "excess insurance" clauses. The Ohio Supreme Court, in ruling upon what it considered to be the sole issue in this case, denied effectiveness to these clauses.
Fox, Dennis J.
"Uninsured Motorists Coverage Validity of Other Insurance Provisions; Curran v. State Automobile Mutual Insurance Co.,"
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