Insurance coverage counsel have been anxiously awaiting the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision in Babcock & Wilcox Co. v. Am. Nuclear Insurers, 2015 Pa. Lexis 1551 (July 21, 2015), since the high court agreed to hear the...more
If a policyholder is sued, she can tender the defense of that suit to her insurance company. If the insurance company believes that there may not be coverage, but cannot make a clear determination based upon the complaint...more
If your client is sued, one immediate task is to determine if there is insurance coverage for the claim(s). If you submit the claim to an insurance company, Pennsylvania law requires that it acknowledge receipt of the claim...more
Let's say that you or your client is sued for breach of contract and negligence. You send the suit papers to the general liability insurer and it agrees to defend the claim, but under a "reservation of rights." The basis of...more
In This Issue:
- Insurance Coverage Update: Reservation of Rights Letters
- Insurance Spotlight: Cyber Risks.