Eleven Years After Frontier and Porter Hayden, Insurers Still Wrongfully Refuse to Provide Premises-Operations Coverage: An Analysis of the Keasbey Decision

Scott N. Godes [formerly] is counsel in Dickstein Shapiro’s Insurance Coverage Practice.

This article contains a discussion of premises/operations insurance coverage for insulation contractors facing asbestos claims, the multiple limits of coverage available for such claims, and the burden of proof required when litigating such claims between policyholders and insurance companies.

Read the rest of the article here, published in Coverage Journal.

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