Insurance Law

The Applicability (Inapplicability) of New York's Disclaimer Statute, Continued

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Insurance Law columnist Jonathan A. Dachs discusses New York's disclaimer statute and an explicit statutory limitation—the requirement that the claim at issue in the policy being denied or disclaimed be one involving "death or bodily injury"—as well as certain judicially created or recognized limitations or exclusions from the applicability of the disclaimer statute.

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