Judge Issues Opinions on Access to Huguely Family Insurance Policies
A Maryland federal judge issued two opinions on whether the mother of Yeardley Love can access the insurance policies of convicted murder George Huguely’s family.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - One of two insurance companies is off the hook in a wrongful death lawsuit against convicted murderer George Huguely.
A Maryland federal judge issued two opinions this week.
The mother of Yeardley Love is suing Huguely over her daughter's murder. Love’s mother wanted access to the Huguely family’s insurance policies if a jury rules in her favor.
The judge says Chartis Property Casualty Company would not have to pay but, State Farm Insurance would.
The State Farm policy is worth $300,000.
The Chartis policy is worth $6 million.
The wrongful death trial starts July 30, 2018.