2019 Maryland Court of Special Appeals decision reaffirms liberally construed insurer’s contractual duty to defend in Selective Way v. Nationwide; additional insured endorsements reinforce broad form indemnification provisions

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals recently came out with a decision regarding the tender of defense and indemnification of additional insureds in the context of construction defects litigation.  The opinion covers several issues that often arise during the course of a construction defects claim, including apportionability, scope of coverage, and subrogation rights. See Selective Way Insurance Co. v. Nationwide …