Ga. High Court: 'Occurrence' In Policy Requires Damage Other Than From Insured

Ga. High Court: 'Occurrence' In Policy Requires Damage Other Than From Insured

ATLANTA - An "occurrence," as the term is used in a standard commercial general liability insurance policy, does not require damage to the property or work of someone other than the insured, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled July 12 (Taylor Morrison Services Inc. v. HDI-Gerling America Insurance Co., No. S13Q0462, Ga. Sup.; 2013 Ga. LEXIS 619).

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