In the wake of its former excess insurance carrier becoming insolvent, Wilton\u2019s chief financial officer, Anne Kelly-Lenz, reviewed the town\u2019s insurance coverage at the last\u00a0Board of Selectmen meeting.The town\u2019s primary insurance carrier, Argonaut, offers coverage of $1 million per incident and $2 million aggregate, meaning per year, she said on May 8.Chubb Insurance is the town\u2019s excess insurance carrier. Coverage extends to $10 million per incident, $10 million aggregate.The town switched to Chubb from Castlepoint, as the town\u2019s excess insurance carrier, in 2014 when Castlepoint\u2019s rating was downgraded from A- to B+. However, Castlepoint is still the insurance company responsible for claims made for incidents that occurred before the switch.Last month, Castlepoint declared bankruptcy and its claims in this state were taken over by the Connecticut Insurance Guaranty Association. The town won\u2019t know the amount of coverage through the guaranty association until the time a claim is made, Kelly-Lenz said.Since there are no claims to be paid out, First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice clarified, there has been no discussion about amounts that might be paid.The insolvency is an issue because the town and Board of Education are being sued by a family who alleges their preschool daughter was sexually molested by former Miller-Driscoll paraprofessional Eric Von Kohorn in 2012, when the town was still covered by Castlepoint. Any liability beyond the town\u2019s primary insurance carrier would then be assumed by the guaranty association.