COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Supreme Court says a university's insurance coverage extended to a charter bus that crashed, killing five student baseball players and two others.
An attorney for a Blufffton University player severely injured in the 2007 wreck in Atlanta says the 5-2 ruling issued Tuesday provides up to $16 million more in insurance money to pay claims.
The insurers had argued they could not be liable because the university in northwest Ohio did not own the bus, and they claimed the bus company was responsible for the driver. Lower courts agreed.
However, the state's highest court says the driver was indeed covered under the school's insurance because the university in northwest Ohio hired the bus and had effectively granted permission to the driver.
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