In their Insurance Law column, Norman H. Dachs and Jonathan A. Dachs, partners at Shayne, Dachs, Corker, Sauer & Dachs, review recent decisions regarding the duties of an insurance agent or broker to its customer/insured, and a somewhat unsettled issue soon to be addressed by the Court of Appeals: the insured's duty to read the policy and its effect upon the agent's or broker's liability for failing to procure requested coverage.
Actions Against Insurance Agents or Brokers
New York Law Journal
March 13, 2012
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