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WILKINS, J. This action upon a motor vehicle liability policy for breach of an agreement to furnish guest coverage comes here the third time. On January 19, 1946, the plaintiff Gleason, operating the insured automobile, struck a pole and injured three guest occupants. The latter recovered judgments in tort against Gleason, and brought suit in equity under G. L. (Ter. Ed.) c. 175, Section 113, and c. 214, Section 3 (10), against Gleason and the defendant Hardware Mutual Casualty Company (hereinafter called Hardware), to reach and apply the obligation of the policy. The bill was taken pro confesso against Gleason, and after hearing was dismissed against Hardware. In 324 Mass. 695, our first decision in the present action, we affirmed an order overruling a demurrer by Gleason to Hardware's answer which set up res judicata based upon an allegation that in the equity suit Gleason and Hardware had been adversaries and had litigated the issues of coverage and waiver. In 329 Mass. 56 we sustained Gleason's exceptions to the direction of a verdict for Hardware, the evidence disclosing that Gleason and Hardware had not been adversaries or litigated those issues in the equity suit.
Gleason's first three statements contained at most only inconsistencies, not unusual in motor tort cases. No intrinsic falsehood was obvious. No known right to disclaim could have been discovered in them alone, nor in the conflicting account appearing for the first time in Austin's answers to interrogatories. It cannot rightly be said that Hardware upon reading those answers then knew that it had sufficient information to warrant a belief that it could safely disclaim. See Restighini v. Hanagan, 302 Mass. 151, 153; Sanborn v. Brunette, 315 Mass. 231, 236; Sweeney v. Frew, 318 Mass. 595, 598-599. The argument seems to go to the extent of making waiver or estoppel an issue of fact in every case where the insurer does not disclaim as soon as there appears a substantial inconsistency between the story of the insured and that of his antagonists in the tort action. In many cases relied upon by Gleason the insurance company remained in charge of the defence until after a verdict of a jury or the finding of a judge. Daly v. Employers Liability Assurance Corp. Ltd. 269 Mass. 1. Barbeau v. Koljanen, 299 Mass. 329. Klefbeck v. Dous, 302 Mass. 383, 387. Searls v. Standard Accident Ins. Co. 316 Mass. 606. See Goldberg v. Preferred Accident Ins. Co. 279 Mass. 393, 399.
Great weight is placed upon the conditional disclaimer of April 7, 1947. It is argued that the inference is that Hardware knew no more then than on July 15, 1946. We do not agree that this inference could be drawn. The disclaimer refers to "Our investigation," which is not an apt phrase to describe doing nothing more than reading answers to interrogatories filed in the case.
I agree with Jill H.The unbiased realize it is better to answer twenty questions to get to the truth then to say I have the truth and avoid any question; thus the elimination of third or twentieth party questions for decades is why we now reside in this depression of fallacy. Clarity and recalibration are the criterions of accuracy for all administrators of morality. It is when one is waving their arms, struggling (warring) for control that the reality or the product of economic inequality should be obvious.
Regarding the interview with Simon Johnson:I think it's ok to go on say it..YES the "bankers" are more powerful than our President!At least just for now, I hope!In ALL of history when the largest amounts of wealth are manipulated from the many and diverted into the hands of the fewest the power shifts to the fewest! Accordingly corruption sets in and the decline of that once "great Society" begins! As was the case prior to the Great Depression!I believe History is doing as it always does when we forget, and boy did we forget quickly this time...its repeating itself right in front of our eyes.
Please excuse my hyperbolic rants, Bill. It's frustrating to feel powerless. I'm not a journalist but a bottom rank analyst so I feel this gives me some leeway. I will say Bill's advice to get out there and do something for others will dissipate some of the heartache of feeling like a loser in an unjust world. No one has a monopoly on the truth and people are making it new every minute. You'll have a stale little crumb if you don't hook up with other minds. I get a new attitude each day, sometimes just by reading this wondrous blog. Thanks to all posters, even the nutty ones, Hell, especially the nutty ones like me. 2b1af7f3a8