Can an Intentional Act Be an Accident? Defining “Occurrence” in Liability Insurance Policies

Location

Webinar


Date & Time

Start Date: 09/21/2022
Start Time: 11:30 am EDT
End Time: 12:30 pm EDT

 

Speakers

Gregory S. Hudson and Elliot Kerzner will present a Cozen O'Connor webinar titled "Can an Intentional Act Be an Accident? Defining “Occurrence” in Liability Insurance Policies."

 

This webinar will focus on whether bodily injury or property damage caused by an intentional act can be an “accident” for purposes of triggering coverage as an “occurrence” under a liability insurance policy.

 

Topics include:

  • The definition of “occurrence” in a standard liability insurance policy, and whether intentional conduct that results in unintended injury qualifies as an “occurrence.”
  • Whether or not injury caused by the intentional act of a third party qualifies as an “occurrence.”
  • Whether or not a negligence claim or faulty workmanship can qualify as an “occurrence.”
  • The interplay between the definition of “occurrence,” the expected or intended injury exclusion, and the fortuity doctrine.


CE is approved in TX, GA, NC, and FL.

CLE is approved in PA, NY, TX, IL, NV, and CA.

 

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Attorneys

Gregory S. Hudson

Member

ghudson@cozen.com

(832) 214-3909

Elliot Kerzner

Associate

ekerzner@cozen.com

(404) 572-2070

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