South Carolina Supreme Court Requires Transparency by Rejecting an Insurer’s “Cut-and-Paste” Reservation of Rights

An insurer’s “cut-and-pasted” reservation of rights, simply reciting policy language, may be inadequate to notify the insured of the particular grounds upon which coverage may be denied. What should an insured expect from an insurer’s reservation of rights? Click here to read our latest Case Alert to find out how the Supreme Court of South Carolina is now demanding transparency from insurers when issuing a reservation of rights.





Feb 16, 2017
Theresa A. Guertin H. Scott Williams

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