Continental Ins. Co. v. Cebe-Habersky
In Continental Ins. Co. v. Cebe-Habersky, 214 Conn. 209, 212-13, 571 A.2d 104 (1990), the Supreme Court held that " General Statutes 38-175c (b) (1) [now 38a-336 (b)] obligates insurance companies to pay on a policy's uninsured motorist coverage only after the limits of liability under all bodily injury bonds or insurance policies applicable at the time of the accident have been exhausted by payment of judgments or settlements . . . ." Continental Ins. Co. v. Cebe-Habersky, supra, 212.