Cincinnati Insurance Company, Inc. vs. Wills, David J. And Marcia

Year: 1997
Court: Indiana Supreme Court
Case Number: 795-00-9808 CV 458

Insurers should not be allowed to use in-house employee-attorneys to defend policyholder clients because the inherent conflict of interest robs the policyholder of the right to a vigorous, independent and zealous defense.

UP’s brief was written pro bono by David V. Miller, Esq. of Bowers Harrison Kent & Miller, LLP, and Eugene R. Anderson and William G. Passannante of Anderson Kill Olick, PC


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Date: November 29, 2023