Insurance – Commercial Marine Liability – Duty to Defend & Indemnify – Civil Practice – Pleadings Amendment – Underlying Lawsuit – DamagesNational Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. v. Intercoastal Diving, Inc. Even though the complaint in the underlying lawsuit against the defendant-contractor only alleges damages to the bulkhead built by the contractor, the contractor recently filed affidavits indicating that the plaintiffs in the underlying lawsuit are also seeking damages for plumbing pipes and floating docks that were damaged by the failure of the bulkhead.
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Published: June 13, 2012
Time posted: 11:11 am
Tags: Civil Practice, Commercial Marine Liability, Damages, Duty to Defend & Indemnify, Insurance, Pleadings Amendment, Underlying Lawsuit