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Maxwell v. AIG Domestic Claims, Inc.

Docket #SJC-10757
Date February 7, 2011
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JusticesIreland, C.J., Spina, Cordy, Botsford, Gants, JJ.
SummaryAbuse of process. Malicious prosecution. Emotional distress. Fraud. Insurance, Fraud and concealment. Workers' Compensation Act, Fraud, Exclusivity provision. Practice, Civil, Interlocutory appeal, Execution. Jurisdiction, Superior Court. Consumer Protection Act, Demand letter. Statute, Construction.
Appealed FromSuffolk Superior Court, Justice Linda E. Giles
BriefsSee selection available in PDF format at Supreme Judicial Court website
Counsel for Appellant
AIG Domestic Claims, Inc.:  Myles W. McDonough, Christopher M. Reilly
Counsel for Appellee
Maxwell:  Chester L. Tennyson, Jr.
Amici CuriaeInsurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts; Property Casualty Insurers Association of America

OpinionClick to link to the slip opinion of the Supreme Judicial Court, in PDF format (requires Adobe Acrobat)

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