Category: Memoranda of Law

Objective summaries of substantive California law.

Insurer Decisions – Yes, No, Maybe

When a policyholder screams “Help,” the liability insurer must answer succinctly with a simple “yes,” “no,” or “maybe.” Upon receiving notice of a claim...

Insurer Silence May Concede Full Coverage

Introduction In Miller v. Elite, California adopted a rule that an “insurer’s unconditional defense of an action brought against its insured constitutes a waiver...
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