Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Litigation

Breach Of Contract A Bar To Insurance Coverage?

Out-of-state court decisions could lead to probems for insureds

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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A storm may be a-brewing on the insurance coverage front. Recent case law from Texas indicates a shifting pattern in court decisions that could have disastrous consequences for insureds. Certain courts in Texas have interpreted the contractual liability exclusion in a general liability policy to preclude coverage when breach of contract is alleged in the underlying complaint.

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