Simply, insurer has duty to defend additional insured due to potential for coverage given “caused in whole or in part” language in the policy. When that potential ended, a duty to defend no longer existed.
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Joe Junfola is principal of Junfola Claim Consulting (“JCC”) and Construction Defect Claim Resources (“CDR”). JCC provides commercial claim consulting services including coverage analysis, mediation representation, claim audits, training, and other services. CDR provides a solid and reliable information and educational resource for insurance, risk management, construction, and design professionals in a world where construction defect claims proliferate. View all posts by Joseph M. Junfola, CPCU