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Carrier Had No Duty to Defend, Indemnify Contractor Allegedly Responsible for Injuries

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 | 0

The Illinois Appellate Court upheld a finding that an insurance carrier did not have a duty to defend or indemnify an electrical equipment service contractor from a lawsuit by a worker injured in a fire. In 2017, George Moyett filed a complaint against Durkin Electric Co., Commonwealth Edison Co., Mid City Nissan Inc. and Tribus Services Inc. Moyett alleged that Mid City owned and operated property at 3456 N. Kedzie Ave. in Chicago and that ComEd supplied, operated and owned the mechanical and electrical equipment on the property. ComEd contracted with Durkin to provide ...

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