NES Rentals v. Arch Specialty Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas granted summary judgment in favor of a commercial general liability insurer against a putative additional insured where it failed to provide notice directly to the insurer for coverage for bodily injury claims until after the claims were settled, which constituted violations of the policy's notice and consent to settlement conditions.
commercial general liability policy, additional insured endorsement, bodily injury coverage, notice of suit condition, consent to settlement condition, contractual indemnity, prejudice
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