Unraveling Plain Meaning, Extrinsic Evidence And the Doctrine of Contra Proferentem

Gordon & Rees insurance attorneys Regen O’Malley and Greil Roberts published an article in the Insurance Coverage Law Bulletin discussing the slow but steady trend of judges willing to consider extrinsic evidence to assist in the interpretation of insurance policies.  This is a positive development for insurers, who frequently come up against the courts’ strict application of the contra proferentem rule whenever policy language is determined to be ambiguous.

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