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Insurance – Homeowner Policy – Duty To Defend – Sexual Molestation – Notice Of ‘Occurrence’ (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says a couple has no coverage under a homeowners’ policy against claims that their two sons sexually molested their female cousin years earlier, a claim for which the homeowners failed to notify the carrier until the cousin’s family filed suit five years after the homeowners learned of the accusations. Virginia courts ...

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