National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh vs. Crocker, Beatrice

Year: 2005
Court: Texas Supreme Court
Case Number: 06-0868

The Court should confirm the well-established rule that insurance companies owe their policyholders and additional insureds a duty to disclose coverage. Moreover, an insurance company cannot rely on lack of formal notice when it (a) receives actual notice or (b) has not been prejudiced by a lack of notice.

UP’s brief was prepared pro bono by G. Andrew Veazey, Esq. and John N. Ellison, Esq.

 


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Source: https://uphelp.org/amicus-briefs/national-union-fire-insurance-company-of-pittsburgh-vs-crocker-beatrice/
Date: April 12, 2024