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An insurance broker is a person who transacts insurance with, but not on behalf of, an insurer. An insurance agent transacts insurance with and on behalf of the insurer. In Pagel v. Ugly Monkey LLC, 49A02-1211-CT-903 (Ind. App. 09/10/2013), the Indiana Court of Appeals was asked to resolve a dispute between Century Surety Co. and its insured. The trial court had determined at summary judgment that insurance broker Dale Ueber, a/k/a Dale Uebersetzig, acted as the agent of Century when accepting notice of an occurrence and lawsuit from an insured, Camburad LLC, and that Century had a duty to defend Camburad and the nightclub Camburad operated.

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