In re Landmark American Insurance Co.
The court determined that the professional liability policy at issue was a claims-made policy, so the insurer did not have to establish it was prejudiced by late notice, rendering the requested deposition of the insurer's corporate representative on that issue unnecessary.
professional liability insurance policy, duty to defend, late notice, claims-made, prejudice, discovery, abuse of discretion
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