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Insurance company denies claim after Lubbock girl hit by SUV

Progressive Insurance filed a lawsuit this week in Lubbock federal court against a New Mexico couple and the mother of a Lubbock girl.  The company wants a judge to rule that it does not have to pay for a January 27 accident. 

Progressive says Virginia Vigil took out a policy that specifically excluded her husband David. The company says David Vigil was driving an SUV that hit a Lubbock girl. On behalf of the girl, her mother, Sandra Ramos, made a claim for bodily injury in excess of $100,000. 

Progressive argues that because David Vigil was specifically excluded there should be no insurance coverage.  

The Vigil family and Ramos have not yet filed their side of the story in the court records. 

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