NBF attorneys Curt H. Feig and Michael A. Guadagno obtained summary judgment of dismissal of all claims against their clients in McDonald v. Farmers Insurance Company of Washington. Plaintiffs submitted a claim to Farmers after they suffered theft of their medical marijuana plants. Farmers denied the claim arguing that plaintiffs lacked an insurable interest in their medical marijuana, because it is illegal under federal law. The court granted the defendants’ motion for summary judgment holding that plaintiffs were unable to establish the fair market value of their medical marijuana, because Washington law prohibits the sale thereof rendering no “market value” for the same.
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NBF attorneys Curt H. Feig and Chris P. Reilly obtained a victory for their client in Division III of the Court of Appeals. In November 2010, the Spokane County Superior Court dismissed all claims against their client arising from allegations of breach of a commercial lease and personal injuries. Following dismissal of those claims, the plaintiffs appealed. Division III of the Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision dismissing all claims against Messrs. Feig’s and Reilly’s client.