Liberty Insurance Corp. v. Arch Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas held that a putative additional insured's notice to a commercial general liability insurer after judgment was entered against it in a personal injury action was late and prejudiced the insurer as a matter of law. The court further held that extrinsic evidence supported application of the policy's auto exclusion to preclude coverage for a trucking accident and that coverage was justiciable although the underlying lawsuit remained on appeal.
commercial general liability, trucking accident, additional insured, notice, late notice, prejudice, auto exclusion, indemnity agreement, standing, justiciability, summary judgment
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