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INSURER LIABLE FOR PRE-TENDER DEFENSE FEES AND PREJUDGMENT INTEREST

I recently wrote an article published in the Connecticut Law Tribune about the Massachusetts Supreme Court’s decision in Boyle v. Zurich American Ins. Co., 36 N.E.3d 1229 (Mass. 2015), in which the Court held Zurich Insurance Company liable for a default judgment entered against its insured notwithstanding that the insured... Read more →


Extrinsic Evidence May Not be Used to Avoid Duty to Defend Additional Insured

A Connecticut trial court recently ruled that a liability insurer breached its duty to defend the City of Waterbury as an additional insured under a tenant’s liability insurance policy. The insurer failed to defend the city in a lawsuit seeking damages for personal injuries sustained by a patron of a... Read more →