Quantcast
Home / Opinion Digests / Doctor’s threatening acts do not trigger insurer’s duty to defend (access required)

Doctor’s threatening acts do not trigger insurer’s duty to defend (access required)

Where the underlying suit alleged a doctor committed a series of intentional acts against his former coworkers, including brandishing a weapon, the doctor’s homeowners’ insurer had no duty to defend or indemnify him because the injuries were not the result of unintentional or accidental conduct. Background Travelers issued a homeowners policy and an umbrella policy to Christopher ...