In its letter, UP argues that review is warranted in the above-named case. UP argues that future consideration and reliance on the CSAA opinion, particularly the “course of events” analysis, could deprive California policyholders of liability coverage for unintentional and accidental acts and conduct. The “course of events” analysis could be used to preclude coverage for any accident that was arguably preceded by intentional conduct. This case threatens to circumvent coverage analyses previously employed by this Court.
CSAA Insurance Exchange, etc. et al. v. Oscar Herrera
Court Supreme Court of California
Case Number S256799
- Course of Events Clause