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Texas Federal Court Holds Faulty Workmanship Exclusion Applies to All Damage Caused By Drilling Gear Malfunction, Rejects Insured’s Claim for Covered “Resulting Loss”

When does an excluded loss end and a covered “resulting loss” begin?  This thorny question was the subject of a recent decision out of the Southern District of Texas, EMS USA, Inc. v. The Travelers Lloyds Insurance Co.,  No. H-16-1443, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 54509 (S.D. Tex. Feb. 28, 2018),  adopted by EMS, USA, Inc. … Continue Reading

Law and Ordinance: California Appellate Court Determines Exclusion Plainly Applies to FEMA Regulation

Typical property policies include an exclusion for law and ordinance coverage, i.e., when the insured property suffers a loss requiring repair, the policy does not cover costs of repairs required to comply with building codes. The issue of law and ordinance coverage typically arises in older buildings that are not up to code at the time … Continue Reading
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