When should a court probe an insured’s state of mind?
IF AN insured notifies insurers of circumstances that may give rise to a claim on a claims made policy, to what extent will the court investigate the state of the insured’s state of mind about whether the claim is likely? And if the notification is late, will insurers still be on risk for claims that arise later?, writes James Leabeater
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