An Occurrence type policy provides coverage for only injuries or losses that occur during the policy period, regardless of when an actual lawsuit was filed against you.
For example, a claim filed after the expiration of an Occurrence type policy would be covered only if the alleged injuries or losses occurred during the time the policy was in force.
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The date often is before, rather than at policy inception and thus is known as a retroactive date.
But what if a Claim alleges wrongful acts before and after the retroactive date?
So the cross-claim only alleged wrongful acts the May 1, 2006 retroactive date. The exclusion thus didn’t explicitly address the relationship of pre- and post-retro date wrongful acts.
They typically wish to avoid insuring a Claim having anything to do with the pre-existing wrongful acts, even if it also alleges new wrongful acts. In that case, developer and bank sued lawyers alleging in count one malpractice in a January 26, 2006 closing for acquiring vacant land, with bank financing.
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