Adjustment of a claim can be an arduous process in any line of insurance coverage. During adjustment, insurers must enforce strict ... Continue Reading
It is well known that "[w]here an owner or occupier of land, by express or implied invitation, induces or leads others to come ... Continue Reading
Damage To A Contractor's Own Work Can Be Within The Definition Of "Occurance" In A CGL Policy But Still May Not Be Covered
On July 12, 2013, the Supreme Court of Georgia issued a ruling in Taylor Morrison Services, Inc. v. HDI-Gerling America Ins. Co., further interpreting and defining the term "occurrence" as used in the context of a "standard" CGL policy. (No. S13Q0462; 2013WL3841555). ... Continue Reading
Insurance adjusters and contractors need to be aware of the divergent applications of the "your work" exclusion based upon the jurisdiction in which a case is being litigated. ... Continue Reading
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