Law360, Los Angeles (April 13, 2015, 4:48 PM EDT) -- Insurance companies litigating coverage disputes often face challenges in breaking down policies for juries or judges and overcoming negative preconceived notions about the industry. Here, insurer-side attorneys offer advice on how to overcome those obstacles and successfully present a case in the courtroom without confusing jurors.
Look at the Whole Picture
Policyholders may contend that the language in one or two specific policy provisions is confusing, so it is important for the insurer to present the entire contract to the court or jury in a holistic manner, according to attorneys.
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