No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-UpDavid M. Barshay, New York Law Journal
Decisions Address Policy Exhaustion, Attorney Fees and Conformity Certificates
In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, David M. Barshay reviews recent holdings, one of which saw the Appellate Term, Second Department, in contrast with the Appellate Term, First Department, reject the argument that an insurer's denial of a claim permits it to pay subsequent claims, which can lead to policy exhaustion before the contested earlier claim is litigated or arbitrated.
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