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Insurers could continue to invoke notice clauses to deny coverage above the statutory limits, provided the insurers could prove that they were substantially prejudiced by their insured’s failure to comply with the provision, said the Supreme Court of South Carolina. (Photo: Bigstock) Insurers could continue to invoke notice clauses to deny coverage above the statutory limits, provided the insurers could prove that they were substantially prejudiced by their insured’s failure to comply with the provision, said the Supreme Court of South Carolina. (Photo: Bigstock)

The Supreme Court of South Carolina, reversing a trial court’s decision, has ruled that notice and cooperation clauses in automobile insurance policies are valid and enforceable notwithstanding a 1999 change to South Carolina statutory law.

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