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Insurance agents owe a duty to their customers to obtain the insurance and the coverage limits the customer requests. But when someone is hurt by the actions of the insured, can that person, who is not a party to the contract between the insured and the carrier, sue the agent because there wasn’t enough insurance coverage to pay for the damages incurred? That was the question in a recent Ohio case that considered the issue of third-party recovery.

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