Insurers Argue District Court Erred In Applying Multiple Trigger Coverage Theory

(February 10, 2016, 9:53 AM EST) -- RICHMOND, Va. — A district court misconstrued North Carolina law in ruling that five commercial general liability insurers had a duty to defend and share equally in defense costs in three underlying construction defect lawsuits against their mutual insured, insurers argue in their recent appellate briefs to the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals (First Mercury Insurance Co. v. Hartford Casualty Insurance Co., et al., Nos. 15-1597(L); 15-1638; 15-1659; 15-1663, 4th Cir.).

(Harleysville Mutual Insurance Co. and First Financial Insurance Co.’s appellant brief available. Document #50-160211-010B....
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