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An insurance brokerage firm is responsible for the wrongful conduct of its agents and employees while they give the appearance that the individual is working on behalf of the brokerage.

In Hawaii, a case arose around two homeowners’ insurance policies issued by Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London through its broker Seacoast Brokers of Hawaii LLC, and placed by defendant Harry Wengler, an insurance agent associated with defendant Bishop Insurance Agency, on behalf of plaintiff Steven Vreeken.

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