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The Wisconsin Supreme Court, reversing an intermediate appellate court’s decision, has ruled that Wisconsin’s notice-prejudice statutes – which provide that an insured’s failure to furnish timely notice of a claim as required by the terms of a liability policy will not bar coverage unless timely notice was “reasonably possible” and the insurance company was “prejudiced” by the delay – did not supersede the reporting requirement specific to claims-made-and-reported policies.

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