In Colony Insurance Company v. Buckeye Fire Equipment Company, the insured was named a defendant in hundreds of underlying suits relating to its manufacture of fire equipment containing aqueous film-forming foam, a fire suppressant.
By: Eric B. Hermanson and Austin D. Moody The Connecticut Supreme Court recently addressed whether an insurer has a duty to defend when faced with legal uncertainty as to whether
By: Anthony L. Miscioscia and Margo E. Meta There are certain generally held principles regarding an insurer’s duty to defend. One of these principles is that an insurer has a
The Insurer’s Duty to Defend and Pre-Suit Demand Letters: What Constitutes a “Suit”?