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When Does Assault & Battery Exclusion Apply? Assault & Battery Exclusion Easy to Prove When Patrons Shot
Posted on 17 Jun 2015 by Barry Zalma

Places of public accommodation like bars, restaurants and hotels that serve alcoholic beverages are subject to rambunctious customers who may injure innocent customers. Insurers are loathe to insure risks where damage from assault or battery or the use... Read More

Bar’s Policy That Excludes Assault & Battery Is Not Illusory
Posted on 30 Apr 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

Tapas: Small Dishes of Insurance Coverage News & Notes It is not surprising that a bar owner, who did not pay a lot of attention to the ins and outs of his insurance, would be surprised to learn that his commercial general liability policy contained... Read More

You Only Get What You Pay For – Special Assault & Battery Exclusion Applies
Posted on 7 Jan 2015 by Barry Zalma

Insurance, as I have said often, is nothing more than a contract where a liability insurer – for example – promises to defend and indemnify the insured against certain identified risks of loss in exchange for the insured’s promise to... Read More