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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

Recent Ruling Highlights Inconsistent Conclusions Regarding Number of Occurrences by Courts Applying the “Cause” Test

It’s a disturbingly common situation. A youth gets access to the family gun and, accidentally or otherwise, kills or injures one or more people. The victims (or their survivors) sue the family of the shooter, arguing that...more

Connecticut Supreme Court Determines Damage Caused by Unintended Faulty Work Constitutes Property Damage Resulting from an...

Jurisdictions are split over whether defective construction can give rise to an occurrence under commercial general liability insurance policies. Some jurisdictions have held that faulty workmanship cannot constitute the...more

Insurance Recovery Law -- May 30, 2013

In This Issue: Do Your Homework; Repeated Sexual Abuse = Multiple Occurrences, Says New York’s Highest Court; 5th Circuit Holds Policy Covers EPA Suit; Competitor’s False Ad Suit Covered By Liability Policy; and...more

Pennsylvania Makes Its Mark on National Chinese Drywall Coverage Dispute with “One Occurrence” Decision

On February 15, 2013 a Pennsylvania federal district court held that the shipment of defective drywall from China to the United States constituted one “occurrence” for purposes of insurance coverage, and the occurrence took...more

Pennsylvania Court Holds Drywall Claims Arose Out of Single Occurrence

In its recent decision in Cincinnati Ins. Co. v. Devon International, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 20659 (E.D. Pa. Feb. 15, 2013), the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, applying Pennsylvania law,...more

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