Cumis counsel

Definition of "Cumis counsel"
  1. A lawyer hired by a policyholder when the interests of the insurance company and the policyholder differ, such as when the insurer denies complete or partial coverage
How to use "Cumis counsel" in a sentence
  1. The policyholder demanded a Cumis counsel after the insurance company denied full coverage.
  2. Amidst the conflict of interests with his insurer, he decided to bring in a Cumis counsel.
  3. To deal with the dispute about the coverage, the insured defendant decided to get a Cumis counsel.

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