The purpose of Public Act 1993, No. 93-297 which added subsection (d) to C.G.S. §38a-336, was to bar the then judicially approved practice of "stacking," which, as explained in the 2010 Appellate Court case of Lane v. Metropolitan Property & Casualty Insurance Company, refers "to the ability of the insured, when covered by more than one insurance policy, to obtain benefits from a second policy on the same claim when recovery from the first policy alone would be inadequate."
Stott v. Peerless Insurance Company
Connecticut Appellate Court
August 13, 2012
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