The Notice-Prejudice Rule – 2
The fact that modern insurance policies are contracts of adhesion; the doctrine of reasonable expectations; the public policy underlying statutorily mandated insurance coverage; and the possibility of creating a windfall for insurers—and concluded that they weighed in favor of extending the “notice-prejudice” rule to excess liability insurance.
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