INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana Court of Appeals majority on June 19 determined that a trial court erred in applying an "all sums" method of allocation rather than a "pro rata" method of allocation to a dispute over coverage for an underlying suit alleging bodily injury as a result of exposure to organic solvent at an insured's manufacturing plant (Thomson Inc. n/k/a Technicolor USA Inc. v. Insurance Company of North America et al., No. 49A05-1109, Ind. App.; 2014 Ind. App. LEXIS 273).