Anchor General Insurance Company is an insurance company that specifically provides coverage to passengers in the event of an accident as well as coverage of physical damage to the car.
Declaratory relief refers to a court judgment that determines the right of the plaintiff, without any compliance or compensation. By seeking a declaratory relief, the plaintiff can request official judgment on the status of a matter in the controversy.
In this case Anchor General Insurance Co. is seeking a declarative support to the court toward woman who is being shot by unknown.
Anchor General Insurance Co. reported the complaint to the San Francisco County Superior Court on April 4. The insurance company reported a woman named Latonya Faye Williams. This happened because this woman asked for compensation for the shootings that occurred, but she asked for compensation on things she did not insure. In addition to reporting the complaints, they are also seeking relief for declaratory relief.
The plaintiff explained that Williams had been shot while she was in the car, she was stopped at the Revere Avenue intersection, Ingalls Street in San Francisco in January 2015. Plaintiffs accused Williams of demanding damages for bodily injury, even though the claim was not covered by insurance. Moreover, there is no physical injury or contact towards Williams. This is what causes Anchor General Insurance to report Williams.
In this case, the Anchor General Insurance Company is represented by James F. Hayes of Taylor Anderson LLP in San Diego and Paul A. Buckley. They sought a declaration confirming that the defendant could not obtain damages for bodily injury, under uninsured motor vehicle, all legal fees, or help which is considered fair by the court.
The case above is handled by San Francisco County Superior, with the following case number CGC17557959.