If an agent says that someone is an additional insured on a certificate of insurance and they’re actually not, is the agent liable? Does such a misrepresentation by the agent create a liability for the insurer? Does such a misrepresentation override any disclaimers on the certificate? According to the Washington Supreme Court, the answer is “Yes, yes, yes.” Read on for the details and the lessons learned.
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