Morrison Mahoney Partner Michael F. Aylward was recently featured in a Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly article titled “Insurers in slip-and-fall must share defense, indemnity costs due to dueling clauses.”  The gig economy has brought many private individuals into the commerce sector. With more cases emerging as a result of this, it is important to establish laws at this stage.

Given the language in their policies’ “Other Insurance” clauses, the insurers for a vacation rental website and a homeowner should share the cost of defending and indemnifying the homeowner in a suit filed by an injured guest, a federal judge ruled.

Read the full article here.