Concurrent Causation: An Adjuster's Dilemma

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Adjusters and policyholders may benefit from how this court defined how the burden of proof shifts from policyholder to insurer in concurrent causation cases.

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Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU, ARP

Mr. Harrington is an independent insurance writer and communications specialist. He served for over 20 years as communications director for the American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS). His work has been published in Best’s Review, Rough Notes, publications of The Institutes, and elsewhere.

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