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Additional Insured’s Policy Made to Pay First As Primary – With The Named Insured As Excess
Sophisticated insureds can’t understand additional insured either   Scottsdale Insurance v United Rentals US Dist Ct. Massachusetts (2018) FACTS Gomes had Scottsdale Insurance and when Gomes rented a lift from United Rentals it added United Rentals as additional insured. A Gomes employee was operating the lift when it caused personal injury to Ayotte. Ayotte sued… Read More »Additional Insured’s Policy Made to Pay First As Primary – With The Named Insured As Excess
93A Attorney’s Fees Not Covered by GL
Vermont Mutual v Poirier SJC (2022) FACTS Sewage got into a homeowner’s basement. Poirier (doing business as Servpro of Fitchburg-Leominster) cleaned it up. Poirier warned the homeowner to stay out of the basement while the disinfectants dried but did not warn her that going in, before the disinfectants dried, could be dangerous to her health.… Read More »93A Attorney’s Fees Not Covered by GL

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