A coverage case involving a work-related assault and the plastic pumpkin clue.
insurance coverage cases in Massachusetts
In a case of first impression, an insured must reimburse its insurer for defense and settlement costs on an uncovered claim.
The insurers appealed to the Appeals Court, which ended up reversing the judgment.
An insurance coverage lawsuit in Massachusetts confirming the importance of reading an insurance policy as a whole versus in parts.
On Monday, December 16, 2019, the Supreme Judicial Court decided the question of whether the consent-to-settle clauses commonly found in professional liability policies violated the unfair claim practice provision of M.G.L. c. 176D, § 3 (9) (f).