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Represents governmental agency in connection with the recovery of over $2 million dollars from an excess workers' compensation carrier of benefits paid above a self-insured retention. The issue is whether the excess carrier, in the absence of an underlying defense obligation, is obligated to pay without having advised the insured of its policy defenses by way of a coverage position letter. The claim, based on estoppel and waiver, presents a novel issue of whether, in these circumstances, an excess carrier may avoid coverage without issuing its coverage position

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