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
In March of this year (Volume 25, No. 146), we reported on a decision from the First District of the Florida Court of Appeal, which held the 104 week cap on TTD was unconstitutional ... Continue Reading
Spoliation "is the destruction or the significant and meaningful alteration of evidence," so that the evidence is no longer available to a party in pending or future litigation. ... Continue Reading
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