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Resulting-Loss Exception Does Not Restore Coverage For Faulty Workmanship

The faulty workmanship exclusion precludes coverage where the claimed damage is caused by or resulting from an act, error or omission (negligent or not) that relates to the design, specifications, construction, materials or workmanship.  Can coverage nevertheless be restored by the resulting-loss exception to the exclusion?  The Tenth Circuit recently addressed this question.… Continue Reading

Anti-concurrent Clause and Faulty Workmanship Exclusion

Anti-concurrent clauses preclude coverage even where the loss is partially caused by a covered cause of loss.  This clause received considerable attention in hurricane-related coverage litigation following Hurricane Katrina.  In a recent case, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals addressed the anti-concurrent clause in the context of damage allegedly caused in part by faulty workmanship.… Continue Reading
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