Whose knowledge and conduct harms the policy holder?

Sunday, October 12, 2014 Veröffentlichungen

Article by Christian Drave in Versicherungspraxis 10/2014

Insurance contracts do often not only cover the policy holder’s own risks but those of co-insured third parties as well. In case of a loss, insurers often try to refuse payment arguing with knowledge or conduct of the co-insured.

But such knowledge or conduct harms the policy holder's claim only under specific prerequisites as the article by Christian Drave points out.



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