"Who's on Deck and What's on First - Potential Issues for Excess Insurers in Long Term Environmental Contamination Cases."

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Jim Boyers and Matt Trainor identify several issues for umbrella or excess carriers that may affect potential coverage allocation, including the trigger of coverage and related issues such as horizontal versus vertical exhaustion of coverage, and potential contribution claims. They considered certain issues in the context of published Indiana cases. Their article is wrapped up by considering how Indiana courts may address other issues in the future based on decisions from other jurisdictions.

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