Carbon Monixide Exposure

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West Virginia High Court Examines Number Of Occurrences Under Liability Insurance Policy

This year, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia issued an important decision concerning whether a carbon monoxide leak is a single or multiple occurrence under a liability insurance policy. Kosnoski, et al. v....more

Supreme Court of Nevada Holds Indoor Air Quality Exclusion Ambiguous

In its recent decision in Century Surety Co. v. Casino West Hotel, 2014 Nev. LEXIS 50 (Nev. May 29, 2014), the Supreme Court of Nevada, deciding a certified question by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth...more

Eleventh Circuit Recognizes Important Exception to the Eight Corners Rule

Florida courts generally adhere to the Eight Corners Rule when determining whether an insurer has a duty to defend its insured. Under this rule, the duty to defend determination is made by looking only at the terms within...more

Product Safety Update from Capitol Hill (Part Two)

Earlier this year, we began a series of blog entries to update our readers on legislative efforts on Capitol Hill that affect stakeholders within the product safety arena....more

Eighth Circuit Holds Pollution Exclusion Applicable to Carbon Monoxide

In its recent decision in Church Mut. Ins. Co. v. Clay Ctr. Christian Church, 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 5450 (Mar. 25, 2014), the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, applying Nebraska law, had occasion to...more

West Virginia High Court Finds Carbon Monoxide Exposure Claims Arising from the Same Source Are a “Single Occurrence” for Coverage...

In Kosnoski, et. al. v. Rogers, et. al., Case No. 13-0494 (2/18/14), the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently held that two different incidents of exposure to carbon monoxide poisoning arose from the same...more

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