Sometimes good law goes bad. It gets on a motorcycle, crashes and kills a passenger. And then the Supreme Court holds that the passenger was only covered by the liability portion of an insurance policy, but not the uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) portion of the same policy. And then the legislature amends the law that the Supreme Court interpreted to permit “same policy” exclusions. Once again, a passenger is injured and is paid under the liability portion, but denied UM/UIM coverage. Did that Supreme Court case go bad? No. Here, as in the companion case, the types of covered events an insurer can validly restrict include “same policy” exclusions that do not violate stacking amendments or the prohibition on setoffs. Nor are such exclusions contrary to public policy, because the new statute does not require full indemnification. Thus, the denial of coverage was upheld.