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Lamb Weston Rule

Lamb-Weston Rule

Definition

A rule for apportioning coverage among multiple applicable policies that imposes pro rata sharing of covered losses, regardless of the policies' "other insurance" provisions. Lamb-Weston, Inc. v. Oregon Auto. Ins. Co., 219 Or. 110, 341 P.2d 110 (Or. S. Ct. 1959).

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