Judge Refuses To Dismiss Dispute Over Coverage For Recovery-Of-Benefits Claim

Judge Refuses To Dismiss Dispute Over Coverage For Recovery-Of-Benefits Claim

CHICAGO - An Illinois federal judge on Nov. 7 refused to dismiss a commercial general liability insurer's argument that an underlying recovery-of-benefits claim against its insured is excluded from coverage because it is not based on a "negligent act, error or omission" (ISOP v. Oce-USA Holdings Inc., No. 12 C 04713, N.D. Ill.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 159494).

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