Lynda A. Bennett comments on the Vanderbilt Co v. Hartford insurance case regarding coverage for asbestos injury claims, noting her optimism that the Connecticut Supreme Court justices will affirm the appellate panel's recognition of the unavailability rule, which maximizes coverage available to policyholders facing asbestos claims, as published in Law360. Bennett states, “What carriers are trying to do is expand the allocation period to spread it into more policy years, in order to artificially block full recovery under the policies that were purchased." She further states, “If the allocation period includes years in which the policyholders could not purchase insurance, the practical implication is that the insurers that did take on that risk will take on a smaller share."