Insurers Settle With Foo Fighters Over Terrorism Coverage

 Friday, October 14, 2016

 Insurance Business

Legendary American rock band Foo Fighters has resolved its lawsuit against various Lloyd’s of London insurers for their failure to cover losses due to cancelled shows in the wake of the Paris terror attacks. The iconic band, their Lloyd’s insurers and Robertson Taylor Insurance Brokers agreed to end the legal feud and filed a voluntary dismissal in a California federal court on October 7, legal news website Law360 reported. US District Judge Manuel Real approved the case dismissal with prejudice, which means that Foo Fighters cannot refile the lawsuit based on the same claim.
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