Paradigm Insurance Co. v. Langerman Law Offices
In Paradigm Insurance Co. v. Langerman Law Offices, 200 Ariz. 146, 24 P.3d 593 (Ariz. 2001), the Arizona Supreme Court discussed the tripartite relationship between counsel, insureds, and insurers and followed the majority rule, concluding that in cases where "no question arises regarding the existence and adequacy of coverage, . . . we see no reason why the lawyer cannot represent both insurer and insured." Id. at 598.