New Jersey Superior Court Rules Insurance Carrier Had No Duty To Indemnify Third Party Where Insured

By David G. Tomeo, Esq.


In ruling on a motion for summary judgment filed by the Becker LLC Insurance Coverage Litigation Group on behalf of one of its insurance company clients, the Superior Court of New Jersey recently ruled that the carrier had no duty to indemnify a third party additional insured where the insured itself was determined not to be liable for an accident occurring on the third party’s property. In so doing, the Court affirmed long standing New Jersey law that third parties generally have no claim against the carrier of an insured –at least not until a judgment is entered against the insured. Read full article

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