Courts Shouldn't Consider Bodily Injury Claims In Opioid Suits

By Adam Fleischer (October 28, 2020, 5:46 PM EDT) -- Insurance coverage confusion is seeping into America's multibillion-dollar opioid lawsuits as they creep toward resolution. The duty to defend applies to suits seeking damages for bodily injury to which this insurance applies. The narrowed public nuisance claims driving the opioid lawsuits do not seek compensation for bodily injuries of any individuals....

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