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In Kvaerner Metals Division of Kvaerner U.S., Inc. v. Commercial Union Ins. Co., the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that claims of faulty workmanship, including the natural consequences of that faulty workmanship, do not arise from an “occurrence”. 908 A.2d 888, 898 (Pa. 2006).
Vermont Supreme Court holds that lying in order to undermine a competitor is not a “professional service” within the meaning of an E&O policy
On August 9, 2019, the Vermont Supreme Court held that an E&O liability insurer properly disclaimed coverage regarding acts of an engineering and project-management firm because allegations in the underlying Complaint were not “related to” professional engineering or consulting services.
New Jersey courts rarely find late notice of a claim to be a proper basis for an insurer to disclaim coverage under an occurrence policy.
“Rip and tear” damages are the costs of removal and replacement of non-defective property required to repair defective work, also known as “get to” damages.
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