Insurance UpdateJuly 18, 2023 | Robert Tugander | Greg E. Mann |
We bring you our July Insurance Update.
We begin with two cases about late notice. First, the Kentucky Supreme Court considers whether the notice-prejudice rule applies to claims-made-and-reported policies. Second, the Ninth Circuit provides an example of when prejudice can be determined as a matter of law.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court addresses the contours of a faulty workmanship claim and, in the process, overrules its earlier precedent.
An Illinois intermediate appellate court considers whether drinking water contaminated by degrading pipes is pollution in the traditional sense.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals determines whether a motor vehicle exclusion in a homeowners policy applies to a golf cart accident.
And a federal court in Alabama decides whether a business exclusion applies when the insured provides a service for free.
We hope you find these cases informative.
Rob Tugander and Greg Mann
- Robert Tugander
- Greg E. Mann