Failure to notify your insurer of a potential claim, even before a lawsuit is filed, can mean the difference between coverage and no coverage. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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Zillow, Inc., was not entitled to insurance coverage for an $8.3 million judgment against it because it had not timely notified its insurer of the claim, a federal district court in Washington has ruled.

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