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Court Rules Liability Insurer that Breached Its Duty to Defend Cannot “Cure”

By Charles Davis, Insurance Coverage

A commercial general liability insurer refused to defend its policyholder even though the complaint against the policyholder alleged potentially covered claims.  A year later, after a default judgment was entered against the policyholder, the insurer reconsidered its denial and tried to assume the policyholder’s defense.  A judge in the Western…

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