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When Is an Exclusion “Conspicuous, Plain and Clear”: There Is No Duty to Defend if There Is No Potential for Coverage
Posted on 20 Apr 2015 by Barry Zalma

Insurance policies must be interpreted with care. Since they are contracts of adhesion they are usually interpreted with a bias towards providing coverage for the insured. When an insured provides the information necessary to convince a court that there... Read More

California Appeals Court Holds That Insurer Can Rely on Voluntary-Parting Exclusion to Deny Coverage to Jewelry Owner who Mistakenly Gave Away $1.5 Million in Jewels
Posted on 30 Apr 2010 by InsureReinsure: The Insurance-Reinsurance Blog

A California appeals court has ruled that an insurance company did not act in bad faith when it refused to reimburse a jewelry wholesaler for more than $1.5 million in property that the wholesaler claimed was mistakenly handed over to an individual who... Read More