The Wyoming Supreme Court in Century Surety Co. v. Jim Hipner, LLC, 377 P.3d 784 (Wyo. 2016) adopted the notice prejudice rule. The court also found that any policy exclusion that attempted to displace the notice prejudice rule was void.
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Wyoming Adopts the Notice-Prejudice Rule
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