The estate of a couple killed in a Brown County crash won an appeal regarding insurance coverage of the incident.
Norbert and Myra Dier's vehicle were killed April 1, 2011, when Robert Puyleart's vehicle crossed the center line and struck the Diers' vehicle.
Puyleart's insurance paid a claim, as did the company which insured the Diers' vehicle. However, the Diers' estate also sought coverage from Wisconsin Mutual insurance - for a policy which covered two vehicles that were not involved in the collision.
Brown County Circuit Court Judge Marc Hammer dismissed the claim based on its "drive other car" exclusion. However, in a decision issued Tuesday, the state court of appeals overturned the decision and sent it back to Hammer's court for further proceedings.
"Because the "drive other car" exclusion in the Wisconsin Mutual policy could not prevent the stacking of (uninsured motorist) coverage limits under the law as it existed at that time, we reverse the judgment and remand the matter for further proceedings consistent with this opinion," the court wrote.
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