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Canal Indemnity Co. v. Caljet, II, LLC

Court: SD Tx  09/08/2020  Court Determines that Pollution Exclusion did not Preclude Duty of Defense

The court determined that the pollution exclusion did not apply to claims in pending personal injury litigation and, therefore, that the insurer owed a defense to an additional insured.

commercial automobile liability insurance policy, commercial general liability insurance policy, motion for summary judgment, pollution exclusion, additional insured, master motor carrier services agreement, duty to defend, eight corners rule, Prompt Payment of Claims Act

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