The Wyoming Supreme Court Recently Adopted The Notice-Prejudice Rule In A Historic Jurisprudential Review Of Why The Notice-Prejudice Rule Is A Better Approach Than The Traditional Rule Which Does Not Require Prejudice

On Behalf of | Dec 23, 2016 | Insurance Law

The Wyoming Supreme Court in Century Surety Co. v. Jim Hipner, LLC, 2016 WY 81, 377 P.3d 784 (2016), engaged in a jurisprudential review of the enforceability of non-prejudicial notice requirements in insurance policies and why courts have moved away from the traditional rule by adopting the modern view which is commonly called the notice-prejudice rule. The case provides an excellent expose of the rationales supporting the notice-prejudice rule and is a must read.

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