Most cases in the United States settle. Insurers are well-aware of this fact. Thus, insurance companies employ consent-to-settle provisions in insurance policies to limit and control their liability in the likely event of a settlement involving policyholders. Essentially, consent-to-settle provisions require the insurer to approve a proposed settlement of the policyholder with a third party … Continue Reading
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