Between 2005 and 2019, the Supreme Court has decided 32 insurance cases. Twelve of those cases involved coverage issues. Eight involved defenses to coverage. Six cases involved exclusions to coverage. There were three cases involving regulatory issues, two "other" and none involving excess coverage.


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Previously published in Illinois Supreme Court Review

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