An insurer makes a unilateral change in policy coverage, adding a named insured, based on “publicly available” information. Is this legal or appropriate? What about erroneous “public” information (aka “big data”) the insurer uses for coverage or rating purposes without confirmation by the insured, e.g., household residents, dwelling square footage, incorrect credit information, etc.Read More
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