and Its Limits
The relationship between an insurer and its insureds creates
legal and financial security for both parties. The presumptions un-
derlying this cooperation are well known and highly valued. But
what happens when an insurer breaches the agreement and those
presumptions do not apply? How can the policyholder continue to
protect its interests? In the following pages, our authors examine
that situation and cases illustrating it.
11A Primer on the Cooperation Clause
BY WILLIAM SANDWEG III & JOHN AGER
20Damron Agreements in the 21st Century: Sword or Shield?
BY MYLES P. HASSETT & JAMIE A. GLASSER