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Sixth Circuit Holds Insurers Have Duty to Defend City in Malicious Prosecution Action

Many municipalities protect their police force by purchasing insurance for law enforcement liability.  This coverage protects the municipality against law suits seeking damages for injuries resulting from law enforcement activities or operations caused by a wrongful act that is commented while conducting law enforcement activities.  Just exactly what is an injury that triggers coverage was … Continue Reading

Claims By Tort Claimants Against Municipal Insurer Over Coverage for Sexual Abuse Dismissed By Federal Court

Typically, a claimant has no direct right of action against an insurance company especially prior to a judgment against the insured.  Even more typically, a claimant has no right to “cut-through” to the reinsurers based on an alter ego or fronting claim when the claimant is not the insured and is not in contractual privity.  … Continue Reading
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