Coverage Barred For Carbon Monoxide Damages, Minnesota High Court Affirms

Coverage Barred For Carbon Monoxide Damages, Minnesota High Court Affirms

MINNEAPOLIS - The majority of the Minnesota Supreme Court on May 31 affirmed that damages resulting from the improper installation of a boiler and carbon monoxide detector are excluded from coverage pursuant to an insurance policy's pollution exclusion because under Minnesota law, a pollution exclusion is not limited to only environmental pollutants under Minnesota law (Midwest Family Mutual Insurance Co. v. Michael D. Wolters, et al., No. A11-181, Minn. Sup.; 2013 Minn. LEXIS 304).

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