Insurance – Auto – Insured’s Failure to Cooperate – No Contact – Detached TrailerGreco v. Penn National Security Insurance Co. Although the defendant-insurer would be relieved of its duties under the policy if an insured’s refusal to cooperate prejudiced the insurer’s ability to investigate the accident, the insurer’s mere inability to locate an insured driver is not enough to show prejudice.
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Published: February 9, 2012
Time posted: 11:18 am
Tags: Auto, Detached Trailer, Insurance, Insured’s Failure to Cooperate, No Contact