Insurer Says National Fire Owes $1.4M In Casino Defect Suit

Law360, New York (July 26, 2012, 8:16 PM EDT) -- Maryland Casualty Co. accused National Fire & Marine Insurance Co. on Wednesday of failing to pay its share of liability coverage in an underlying construction defect suit over a California casino’s expansion, causing Maryland to pay an extra $1.4 million.

In the suit filed in California federal court, Maryland Casualty is seeking to be indemnified for having to pay more than its policy limits to cover Incline Glass Inc., a subcontractor that installed windows at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Hotel, near Sacramento, Calif., in 2002 and...
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