Pollution Exclusion Does Not Relieve Insurer of Duty to Defend In Firefighter’s PFOS and PFOA Direct Exposure Injury Claim
A North Carolina court has ruled that insurance carriers are not relieved of their duty to defend in lawsuits related to PFAS and PFOS
PolicyFind’s Co-Founder and Director of Investigations, David O’Neill, JD discusses the key starting point to a successful insurance archeology project.
Insured’s Awareness of Opioid Epidemic, not a Known Loss By David A. O’Neill, JD A Delaware state court has ruled that Rite Aid pharmacies, defendants in thousands of lawsuits alleging tortious distribution of opioids, can receive reimbursement from their insurer for...
Old Commercial General Liability (CGL) policies can provide millions of dollars of coverage if you can find them. Learn how to kickstart an insurance archeology project.
Learn how insurance archeology can locate an organization’s old insurance to help pay for legal fees and settlements in response to Child Victim Act claims.
Did you know that historical commercial general liability (CGL) insurance policies are valuable assets that can be worth millions of dollars in the form of paying for legal fees, settlements, and damages? Historical insurance assets can protect the policyholder from...