Vela Wood PC v. Associated Industries Insurance Co., Inc.
The court determined that the lawsuit at issue constituted a claim, but the insured's notice to the broker was insufficient because the broker was not the agent of the insurer for purposes of receiving notice of claims. Notice to the insurer also failed because it was untimely, as the 90-day extended reporting period was inapplicable in light of the issuance of a renewal policy by the insurer to the insured.
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