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### HW_Prob_3_S08_Key

Course: PAM 4230, Spring 2008
School: Cornell
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Key Answer Department of Policy Analysis and Management PAM 423: Risk Management and Policy Problem Set 3 Spring 2008 1. A product manufactured by Harrington, Inc. in 2000 injures Greg Niehaus in 2005. Harrington purchased annual liability insurance coverage for all years 2000-2008, with coverage renewing each year on January 1. Niehaus sues Harrington for damages in 2007. A. If Harrington's insurance is...

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