When an insurance claim is denied, policyholders sometimes look to their broker as a potential source of recovery. Generally speaking, a broker owes its client the duty to procure the scope of coverage requested. When a broker fails to do so, it may be liable for any gap in its client’s coverage. The Mississippi Supreme … Continue Reading
Until recently, New York’s Insurance Law presented something of a dilemma for insurance companies concerning how quickly they were required to inform their policyholders that they were denying coverage for a claim. On the one hand, the law requires insurers to inform them “as soon as is reasonably possible” when disclaiming coverage for certain types … Continue Reading
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