1 Elements and Case Citations
For an insurer to disclaim coverage, it must give written notice as soon as is reasonably possible of such disclaimer of liability or denial of coverage to the insured and the injured person or any other claimant.
N.Y. INS. §3420(d)(2). This statute applies only in a particular context: insurance cases involving death and bodily injury claims arising out of a New York accident and brought under a New York liability policy.
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