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And So It Begins: The COVID-19 Coverage Cases Start

The first insurance coverage case has been brought by a restaurant in New Orleans seeking a declaratory judgment against its insurer, as well as the governor and the state, that the restaurant’s insurance policy does not contain an exclusion for viral pandemic and that the policy will cover the restaurant for any future civil authority … Continue Reading

Proving Sudden and Accidental Discharge Requires an Expert With a Reliable Methodology

Environmental damage claims are often very technical.  Those technical aspects tend to permeate insurance coverage disputes.  This is especially true where the policyholder seeks coverage in the face of a pollution exclusion.  As we know, the pollution exclusion has evolved over the years.  Some pollution exclusions are not absolute and provide coverage for discharges that … Continue Reading
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