Umbrella Insurance Policy Is 'Inherently Ambiguous,' Indiana Panel Finds, Reverses

Umbrella Insurance Policy Is 'Inherently Ambiguous,' Indiana Panel Finds, Reverses

INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana appeals panel on April 8 found that, due to an umbrella insurance policy's ambiguity, there is coverage for a manufacturer insured as to products-completed operations claims, reversing and remanding a lower court's summary judgment ruling in favor of an excess insurer (Gary Hammerstone, et al. v. Indiana Insurance Co., No. 06A04-1211-PL-595, Ind. App.; 2013 Ind. App. LEXIS 159).

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