Plaintiff Cannot Enforce an Award of Costs and Interest in 11580 Action

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A brief overview of a recent California Court of Appeal case, Clark v. California Insurance Guarantee Association, wherein the court addressed the question of whether a plaintiff injured on a construction site who sought to have judgment against the contractor defendant satisfied by the contractor's insurance carrier could recover the costs and interest that were awarded as part of the judgment.

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Published In: General Business Updates, Construction Updates, Insurance Updates, Personal Injury Updates

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