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A Faulty Workmanship—“Occurrence” Case Worth Reading
Posted on 5 Jun 2014 by Randy J. Maniloff

The title of this article tells you how I feel about the continuous barrage of decisions addressing coverage for construction defects – in particular whether faulty workmanship constitutes an “occurrence” under a commercial general liability... Read More

Ala. Supreme Court: Insured Contractor’s Own Work Needing Repair or Replacement Not an “Occurrence”
Posted on 31 May 2013 by Anderson Kill

By Scott C. Turner, Attorney, Anderson Kill On May 3, the Supreme Court of Alabama's issued its decision in Shane Traylor Cabinetmaker, L.L.C. v. American Resources Ins. Co., Inc. , --- So.3d ---- , 2013 Ala. LEXIS 42 (2013) [ enhanced version... Read More

Trespass Can Never be an Accident
Posted on 10 Aug 2011 by Barry Zalma

By Barry Zalma, Attorney and Consultant Insurance Is Insurance is a contract where a person (the insurer) agrees to indemnify another (the insured) against certain defined risks of loss, damage, or liability arising from a contingent or unknown... Read More

Trespass Can Never be an Accident
Posted on 10 Aug 2011 by Barry Zalma

By Barry Zalma, Attorney and Consultant Insurance Is Insurance is a contract where a person (the insurer) agrees to indemnify another (the insured) against certain defined risks of loss, damage, or liability arising from a contingent or unknown... Read More