Hawaiian Court Finds Insurer Had No Duty In Relation To Mold Action

HONOLULU - A Hawaiian appeals court on April 15 affirmed trial court decisions that found that an insurer had no duty to indemnify a building company and another insurer under various policies for a settlement they paid to a hotel owner in relation to mold infestation (Group Builders Inc., et al. v. Admiral Insurance Company, No. 29729, Inter. Hawaii App.; 2013 Haw. App. LEXIS 207).

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