Providing Initial Defense for Insured’s in Cases Where Coverage is Questionable Can Provide Insurers with Procedural Leverage to Later Disclaim its Duty to Defend

Posted by John Healy | Sep 02, 2014 | 0 Comments

Overview A recent unpublished decision by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals provides valuable insight into the requirements for an insurer in satisfying the “four corners” rule as well as the ability to use extrinsic evidence in arguing for a coverage exclusion in cases where there is a basis to de...

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