Rawlings V. Apodaca
By Arizona Supreme Court
- Release Date - Published: 1986-07-22
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: Arizona Supreme Court
Rawlings V. Apodaca Arizona Supreme Court read online review & book description:
The case was tried to the court, which made findings of fact and conclusions of law. Taken in the light most favorable to sustaining the judgment, the facts are as follows. On July 25, 1979 a fire near Laveen in Maricopa County caused extensive damage to the dairy farm owned by plaintiffs, David and Elizabeth Rawlings (Rawlings). They believed that the Apodacas, who lived nearby, started the fire by negligently burning trash in violation of Arizona law. Farmers Insurance Co. of Arizona (Farmers) insured Rawlings under a home-owners policy that provided only $10,000 coverage for their haybarn, which was destroyed in the fire along with the hay and seed in it, and nearby farm equipment.
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