On March 17, 2021, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued its decision finding that an insurance carrier had no duty to defend its insured where the allegations in the underlying litigation involved claims of faulty workmanship.
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”?