Wendlandt v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s London
The Court said that the trial court had erred when it had determined that delivery of an amended insurance policy to an insurance agent, as a matter of law, constituted delivery to the insured, as fact issues existed whether the agent should be considered the agent of the insurer or the agent of the insured.
commercial property insurance, Named Storm exclusion, hurricane exclusion, delivery, agent, agency, endorsement, agency relationship
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