TNA star Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against his insurance company Wells Fargo has been dropped according to a story by Tampa Bay Online.
For those that didn’t follow the story Hogan sued WF claiming they didn’t advise him he should increase his insurance coverage and this left him paying out a settlement due to his son’s accident out of his own pocket. WF showed to the court that they had indeed contact Hogan’s wife at the time Linda and others in his organization. Hogan still insisted he should have been contacted.
From the story:
At an April 21 hearing, Circuit Judge Douglas Baird said he agreed with Wells Fargo. Hogan’s attorneys did not show Wells Fargo failed to live up to its responsibilities as an insurance company, the judge said.
“Mr. Bollea entrusted the obligation of dealing with Wells Fargo to his wife or to others other than himself and …he affirmatively entrusted that confidence in them, and they made the decision, so it seems to me that he can’t now complain that they did not deal with him because it was never requested,” Baird said at the hearing, according to a transcript.