State Appellate Court Split: USAA Owes $30K Under Auto Policy for Injuries Sustained While Loading Luggage Into Vehicle
“Here, Estep contends that his accident occurred while he was loading his car with luggage, which was part of a greater mission of returning home to Chesapeake with that luggage,” Judge Frank K. Friedman wrote on behalf of the majority. “Simply put, transporting luggage is a valid and expected use of a vehicle, and one cannot transport the baggage without first packing the vehicle.”
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