Drafting a complaint so as to articulate genuine claims for damage which may fall within the indemnity coverage of a defendant’s liability insurance policy and influence the insurer to provide a defense and contribute to settlement. See, Article: How to Plead Into Coverage Properly.
Giving truthful testimony that supports a finding that the policyholder is liable to the injured plaintiff for misconduct that is covered by an insurer’s policy that may be in the policyholder’s interests. See, Practice Pointer: Incentives to Confess Covered Liability. A policyholder testifying into coverage is a counterpart to a plaintiff pleading into coverage. See, Article: Testify Into Coverage Truthfully.