Lewis v. ACCC Insurance Co.
The court refused to overturn well-settled precedent that an insurer has no duty to pay a judgment against its insured if the insured does not give notice of the lawsuit even if the underlying plaintiff gives the insurer notice of the suit because the insurer is prejudiced as a matter of law by the insured's inaction.
automobile liability insurance, notice, prejudice, third-party beneficiary, judgment creditor, default
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