A commercial general liability policy dispute between a popular Ohio amusement park and an insurer for a now-defunct roller coaster design company has ended in favor of the insurer.

The $21 million dispute involved Paramount Kings Island (PKI) and Admiral Insurance. In the case, which began in Nov. 2000, PKI alleged that the Roller Coaster Company of Ohio (RCCO) was liable for breach of contract, breach of express warranty, breach of contract/professional malpractice, breach of implied warranty, promissory estoppel, unjust enrichment, and negligence in the design of a ride referred to as the Son of Beast.

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