Commercial liability policies expert witnesses may opine on insurance claims, liability insurance and more. In Court of Appeals Rules on When Late Notice of a Claim Voids Coverage, Michael J. Rust writes:
On April 28, 2011, in Forshee v. Employers Mutual Casualty Company, the Georgia Court of Appeals found that a fact question existed as to whether Employers Mutual received timely notice of a claim arising out of a slip and fall at an insured convenience store. The Court overruled the trial court’s finding that the insured had not provided timely notice and decided that the issue was a factual dispute that a jury must decide. In its opinion, the Court established the standard to be considered by a trial court in a late notice case.
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