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Continuous Injury/Damage Claims - Known Loss and the Montrose Exclusion

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Continuous Injury/Damage Claims - Known Loss and the Montrose Exclusion

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For most people, the most complicated liability claim they experience happens when there are multiple injured parties. However, when you consider that an occurrence may have begun several years ago, and run through several policy periods with different insurers, including the excess and umbrella insurers.


This gets complicated fast.


That's why Joe Junfola is bringing us this class. Join us as he guides us through the layers and the years of insurance coverage.

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Date May 19, 2022
Time 10:30am Pacific / 1:30pm Eastern
Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats Live
Instructor Joseph JunfolaJoseph Junfola

This webinar will address the impact of California’s Montrose decision in 1995 on the trigger of coverage in continuous/damage claims, also known as long-tail liability claims.

You will learn the principle of known loss and how it determines (or should determine) the end of the triggered period, and how Montrose impacted this principle.  Does the triggered period end with the filing of a lawsuit or when legal liability is determined? Was Montrose an example of judicial activism, at least with respect to the duty to defend? 

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