The insurance application process is often the only time a policyholder thinks of who should be covered under a policy. Most policies have a “named insured” and other “insureds” specifically listed. “Additional insureds” can also be added by endorsement or operation of specific language in the policy. A recent case demonstrates the importance of considering
Christopher Yetka is a commercial trial attorney with an emphasis on insurance recovery disputes. He has successfully enforced the coverage rights of policyholders across the country in cases relating to nearly every type of insurance policy. He has also represented and counseled financial institutions, utilities, medical device companies, construction companies, product manufacturers, transportation agricultural and technology companies.