What happens when an insurer tenders its policy limits, only to have its offer rejected on the basis that the insurer negligently handled the claim?
Passive Participants in Human Trafficking Seek Shelter Under Insurance Coverage
By: Anthony L. Miscioscia and Margo E. Meta A primary insurer has a duty of good faith to an excess insurer to attempt to negotiate a settlement with a third-party
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.
How Are Insurers And Policyholders Faring in COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage Litigation?
It is well known that, under New York statutory law, an insurer that fails, in a timely manner, to advise a claimant of a disclaimer to its insured for a bodily injury claim can waive certain coverage defenses. This is a general statement of one aspect of New York Insurance Law § 3420.