Law360 (May 28, 2021, 7:45 PM EDT) — A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday left intact the majority of a proposed class action filed by travel insurance buyers against Arch Insurance Co. over denied coverage for travel plans that were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. District Judge Gerald Austin McHugh said he was persuaded to allow further development in the putative class suit brought by John Burnett and Cindy and Jeffrey Gordon. But Judge McHugh tossed claims by the Gordons for trip insurance with Arch as the couple hadn’t actually begun their trip.
Burnett, a Texas resident, purchased travel insurance from Arch for his scheduled trip from…
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