Gen. No. 68-76.

108 Ill. App.2d 203 (1969)

246 N.E.2d 685

Security Insurance Company of Hartford, a Corporation, Successor to New Amsterdam Casualty Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Julius Mato and David Toth, Defendants-Appellants.

Appellate Court of Illinois — Second District.

April 7, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Coe, Rubinstein and Shafran, and Robert A. Holstein, of Chicago, for appellants.

McKenna, Storer, Rowe, White & Haskell, of Chicago, for appellee.

MR. JUSTICE ABRAHAMSON delivered the opinion of the court.

This is a declaratory judgment action brought by plaintiff insurance company to obtain determination as to whether defendant, Julius Mato, was insured by it at the time he had an automobile accident in which he and defendant, David Toth, were both injured. Defendant Mato filed a countercomplaint seeking expenses, costs and attorney fees relating to his own injuries and for defense of the suit brought by Toth...

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