People don’t just buy insurance to keep from having to pay money, they do it to keep from having to go to court and defend themselves.

So when an insurance company stubbornly denies any duty to defend, let alone pay, many jurisdictions let the policyholder recover attorney fees for having to drag the insurer into court to establish coverage under a disputed policy.

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