Washington “occurrence,” “get to” costs, and exclusions k. (“your work”), m. (“impaired property”), and n. (“sistership”)

In Indian Harbor Ins. Co. v. Transform LLC, No. C09-1120 RSM (W.D. Wash. Sept. 8, 2010), claimant AHM hired insured Transform to construct modular condominium units using materials supplied by AHM.  After the units were ....

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South Carolina “property damage” caused by an “occurrence” ; “your work,” “expected or intended,” “impaired property,” and sistership exclusions; “get to” costs

In Auto Owners Ins. Co., Inc. v. Newman, 684 S.E.2d 541 (S.C. 2009), the homeowner sued the insured homebuilder for property damage to parts of the home caused by water penetration through defective stucco siding ....

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