The reasonable expectations of the insured control when enforcing insurance contracts and the process best suited to effectuate the intent of the parties where the language is ambiguous as to an issue of historical fact of whether the insured elected to buy a particular policy, is to examine extrinsic evidence to determine the parties' intentions.
Fiallo v. Allstate Insurance Company
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 8, 2012
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