Buchholz v. Crestbrook Insurance Co.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that homeowners' claim for generalized mold damage under its homeowners' policy was precluded by policy's mold exclusion, rejecting insured's argument that water intrusion was the cause of physical loss.
homeowner's policy, water intrusion, mold damage, mold exclusion, physical loss, covered cause of loss, burden-shifting, burden of proof, allocation
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