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Government Investigations Can Constitute Covered “Claims”—and Require Notice—Under Liability Insurance Policies

By Michael T. Sharkey This commentary examines recent court decisions around the country that have held that subpoenas and other forms of government investigations are “claims” triggering coverage under various types of liability insurance policies. Decisions upholding the broad definition...

WV Department of Insurance Clarifies Requirements for Issuing Delay Letters

By Chelsea V. Prince, Associate The West Virginia Insurance Commissioner recently issued Informational Letter No. 189 which interprets and clarifies those portions of the W.Va. Code of State Rules requiring delay letters during the investigation of a claim. Per the Commissioner, delay letters are...