Hanover Lloyds Insurance Co. v. Mountain States Insurance Group
A magistrate of the Western District of Texas recommended that the district court resolve cross motions for summary judgment between three insurers regarding the duty to defend under a commercial general liability policy, finding that the defendant insurer owed contribution for defense costs in an underlying suit for construction defect damages.
commercial general liability policy, impaired property exclusion, eight corners rule, Monroe, extrinsic evidence, duty to defend, duty to indemnify, contribution
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