Insurers Deny Liability For WTC Personal Injury Cases

Law360, New York (June 27, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Defendants in a complicated case over insurance companies' role in defending New York City from personal injury lawsuits by workers hurt on the World Trade Center site denied on Tuesday that they were liable for the city's legal fees.

Following the terrorist attacks in 2001, the City of New York contracted with several private insurers, including Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co. and Lloyd's, London to indemnify them for any personal injury and property damage suits that might arise from the massive cleanup effort in lower Manhattan....
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