If a complaint is amended to exclude initial claims which are not covered under and insured's policy, such as a negligence resulting in injury, does the insurance company still have a duty to defend? In my prior question, I asked why they would still be defending the insured from breach of contract claims which are clearly not covered by any insurance policy i was told that the duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify and they can't just drop the defense in the middle of a lawsuit. This makes sense but the case is in it's early stages, not even a trial date or mediation yet. So the insurance company has a clear way out of paying for this defense? What would cause them to keep defending them now that they no there are no longer any covered claims remaining, can I stop this?
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