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Special Interrogatories in Coverage Disputes: the Hidden Risk

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Benjamin Zelermyer and Jeffrey G. Steinberg write: When insurance coverage disputes turn on answers to questions of fact or the nature of the claim for which an insured may be held liable, a special verdict or answers to special interrogatories should be considered. Besides potential gains of obviating the need for a separate trial and avoiding the risk of inconsistent determinations, there are serious risks in not moving to intervene.

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