In their Insurance Law column, Norman H. Dachs and Jonathan A. Dachs, partners at Shayne, Dachs, Sauer & Dachs, analyze a case where the alleged fact that the "plaintiff requested specific coverage and upon receipt of the policy did not read it and lodged no complaint" did not constitute a bar to the plaintiff's action.
Caveat Broker: Court of Appeals Clarifies Insured's Duty to Read the Policy
New York Law Journal
January 10, 2013
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