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Todd Zboyan

CGL Policy Does Not Cover Fraud Claims Asserted Against Insured
150 150 Karr Tuttle Campbell

In Am. Mgmt. Servs. E. LLC v. Scottsdale Ins. Co., 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 51768 (W.D. Wash. April 16, 2016 (unpublished), the insured was sued in two states for alleged fraudulent mismanagement of certain military housing projects, which the insured operated for the U.S. Army.  The insured had general commercial liability insurance policies issued by…

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Insurer Could Withdraw its Defense After Defending Insured for 2 Years
150 150 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Washington courts have often stated than an insurer is required to give the insured the benefit of the doubt, and must continue its defense until it can conclusively establish a claim is not covered by the insurance policy.  “Where the duty to defend is uncertain, an insurer may … provide a defense under a reservation…

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