Insurer Had Owed Defense Against Construction Defect Claims, Judge Concludes

Insurer Had Owed Defense Against Construction Defect Claims, Judge Concludes

DENVER - A commercial general liability insurer had a duty to defend a mutual insured against construction defect claims, a Colorado federal judge ruled Aug. 2, finding that a question remains on whether the insurer breached that duty entitling another CGL insurer to reimbursement for funds expended in defending the mutual insured (EMC Insurance Cos. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co., No. 10-03005, D. Colo.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108236).

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