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Mealey's Insurance - Defective Workmanship Does Not Constitute An Occurrence, Judge Says

PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania federal judge on Oct. 15 granted a commercial general liability insurer's motion for summary judgment after determining that the insurer has no duty to defend its insured subcontractor or an alleged additional insured contractor against a claim arising out of water and mold damages caused by the defective installation of air conditioning units by the subcontractor because defective workmanship does not constitute an occurrence under the policy (Utica Mutual Insurance Co. v. Voegele Mechanical Inc, et al., No. 18-3959, E.D. Pa., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 178038).
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