Company Overview of Indian Harbor Insurance Company
Indian Harbor Insurance Company provides property and casualty insurance services. It was incorporated in 1992 and is based in Stamford, Connecticut. Indian Harbor Insurance Company operates as a subsidiary of XL Specialty Insurance Company.
70 Seaview Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902-6040
Founded in 1992
Key Executives for Indian Harbor Insurance Company
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Indian Harbor Insurance Company Key Developments
Fidelity National Financial Seeks Coverage for $51 Million Judgment
Feb 10 14
Fidelity National Financial Inc. filed lawsuit against multiple insurers alleging it is entitled to reimbursement of a $51 million judgment. Fidelity alleges it obtained professional liability policies to cover it and its subsidiaries for mistakes in the title insurance industry. The lawsuit alleges Chicago Title Insurance Co., a subsidiary, made an error that led to a $51 million judgment in connection with a radius search conducted in advance of the construction of an energy plant. The lawsuit claims that the insurers wrongfully refused to pay that judgment. The defendant insurance companies include National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's London, Indian Harbor Insurance Co., Illinois National Insurance Co. and Ironshore Specialty Insurance Co.
San Diego Files Lawsuit against Indian Harbor Insurance Company
Nov 5 12
The city of San Diego has filed a lawsuit against Indian Harbor Insurance Company alleging the insurer failed to pay for costs associated with defending a pollution claim against the city. The city purchased a policy from the company meant to cover claims associated with its sewer lines. Multiple homeowners' associations subsequently sued the city, claiming damage from the allegedly faulty design and maintenance of the sewer lines. The city paid significant defense costs associated with the suits and claims the company has refused to provide coverage. The lawsuit seeks damages for breach of contract and asks for punitive damages and attorneys' fees.
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