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‘Pollution Exclusion’ Excludes Chinese Drywall Claim (access required)

In this suit litigating Nationwide’s duty to defend a real estate developer against claims alleging damage caused by defective Chinese drywall installed in “Overlook Townhouses” in Richmond, a Newport News U.S. District Court grants in part Nationwide’s motion for summary ...

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Carrier Has No Duty to Defend Harassment Suit (access required)

A Newport News U.S. District Court adopts a recommendation from a magistrate judge and holds that plaintiff insurance company has no duty to defend an architect who alleged sexually harassed a coworker who was an interior designer at the design ...

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Defendant Bankrupt, Plaintiff Sues UM Carrier (access required)

Although plaintiff received a $2,250 payment in 2008 for his injuries from a 1996 auto accident after the defendant driver’s employer, Builders Transport, was discharged in bankruptcy, plaintiff still may pursue a claim in order to litigate his own uninsured/underinsured ...

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No Coverage for Basement Water Damage from Clogged Drain (access required)

In light of plaintiff homeowners’ stipulation that surface water gathered in a well with a clogged drain but could not enter the drain and instead flowed into the homeowners’ basement, a Fairfax Circuit Court says damage to the home is ...

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