Between 2005 and 2019, the Supreme Court decided only 29 insurance cases – far fewer than in our first 15 years. Fourteen of those cases involved coverage questions (although four of those fourteen fell in a single year – 2005). Three involved insurer torts, four dealt with exclusions, only two addressed defenses, three related to regulatory issues and three fell into our catch-all category of “other” (mostly procedural issues which typically arise in insurance cases).
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