Pollution Exclusion Bars Coverage For Criminal Charges, Federal Judge Says

Pollution Exclusion Bars Coverage For Criminal Charges, Federal Judge Says

DETROIT - An insurer has no duty to provide coverage to its insured for criminal proceedings arising out of the violation of an air use permit because the pollution exclusion clearly precludes coverage, a Michigan federal judge said Aug. 27 (Arch Insurance Co. v. Commercial Steel Treating Corp. et al., No. 11-15535, E.D. Mich.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 121574).

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