A hail storm hits a shingled roof, but only damages a handful of shingles.  Unfortunately, the shingles on the roof are no longer manufactured, which would result in a mismatched checkerboard of colors on the roof if only the few damaged shingles were replaced.  In those circumstances, is the insurance company obligated to replace the

This is the third installment of my recent discussion of the Morrison v. Allen decision.  Assume these facts (a skeletal version of the facts in Morrison):  John Doe requests life insurance from his insurance agent in the amount of $1,000,000.  A policy is issued, but a claim by John’s wife, Jane, for benefits under