What Does (and Does Not) Constitute Insurance Broker Liability in New York
Here, the author explains, there are circumstances under N.Y. law in which an agent or broker can be liable for failing to procure coverage.
There are at least two questions that insureds should ask upon receiving a letter denying coverage for a claim or learning of the absence of a particular type of coverage that would have otherwise covered the claim:
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