W. G. Sloviaczek and Sandra Sloviaczek V.
ID.15068; 565 P.2d 564; 98 Idaho 371 (1977)
Supreme Court of Idaho No. 12111
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The parties are in agreement as to the facts of the case. The appeal is brought by appellants, Mr. and Mrs. Sloviaczek, to recover damages for the wrongful deaths of their children. Those deaths occurred in a collision between an automobile owned by one B. H. Young in which those children were riding, and an uninsured automobile driven by an uninsured driver, Dean Russell Puckett. The Young automobile was insured by Safeco. Three other insurance policies are in issue in this appeal. Safeco had issued a policy to Michael Sloviaczek, one of the deceased children, and Horace Mann Mutual Insurance Company had issued two policies to W. G. Sloviaczek. All of the policies, including the policy on the Young automobile, included uninsured motorist coverage in the minimum amount required by the Idaho Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act -- $10,000 per person or $20,000 per accident. The Sloviaczek children were included in the uninsured motorist coverage of all of the policies. All of the policies also included an identical other insurance proviso. In relevant part it reads as follows: