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    Marsh Files Suit Against Former Insurance Company

    The grocer's lawsuit seeks reimbursement for store incidents, legal fees.

    Marsh Supermarkets has filed a lawsuit against its former insurance company in which it alleges the latter is refusing to cover costs associated with incidents that took place on store property, according to local press reports.

    As the Indianapolis-based grocer's former general liability provider from 1999 to 2005, Marsh's lawsuit against Warren, N.J.-based Federal Insurance Co. is seeking reimbursement for attorney fees and litigation costs it has had to pay to defend itself from "bodily injury and/or property damage claims made by customers and other invitees at the grocery store," The Indianapolis Star reported.

    The newspaper said the lawsuit does not specify where the incidents took place, and both the chain and the insurance company refused to comment on the pending litigation.

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