Connecticut Attorneys Author Article on CT Supreme Court UM/UIM Exclusions Case
Connecticut attorneys Kate Adams and Liz O’Donnell have co-authored an article, “Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Invalidates UM/UIM Exclusions for Self-Insured Vehicles” which explores the Court’s recent Tannone, et al. v. Amica Mutual Ins. Co., 329 Conn. 665 (2018) decision.
The decision invalidates a long-standing regulation that permitted automobile insurers to exclude from underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage rental vehicles owned by self-insured entities. This may require automobile insurers to amend their Connecticut UM/UIM coverage forms.
To read the attorneys’ full article on the potential impacts of the Tannone decision, please click here.