In re Bragg - Hawaii Supreme Court

In re Bragg

By Hawaii Supreme Court

  • Release Date: 1996-05-08
  • Genre: Law
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OPINION OF THE COURT BY MOON, C.J. In this insurance case, stemming from a collision between an automobile and a motorcycle, claimant-appellant/appellant Laural Bragg appeals the First Circuit Court's affirmance of respondent-appellee/appellee insurance commissioner Wayne C. Metcalf's (the commissioner) final order. The commissioner, ruling in favor of respondent-appellee/appellee State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. (State Farm), held that, pursuant to Hawai'i Revised Statutes (HRS) chapters 431:10C and 431:10G, Bragg was not entitled to collect no-fault benefits from an automobile insurance policy issued by State Farm, which was applicable to the car that hit the motorcycle on which Bragg was a passenger, causing her injuries. On appeal, Bragg contends that the circuit court erred in affirming the commissioner's final order.

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