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Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co. v. Copart of Connecticut, Inc.

Court: ND Tx  08/20/2021  Pollution Exclusion Precludes Duty to Defend and Duty to Indemnify

A court of the Northern District of Texas granted commercial general liability and commercial umbrella liability insurers' motion for summary judgment that the policies' pollution exclusions precluded any duty to defend where the pleading at issue alleged damage to claimants' property from contaminated stormwater runoff from insureds' property, and for the same reasons that there was no duty to defend there was also no duty to indemnify under either policy.

commerical general liability, commercial umbrella liability, pollution exclusions, duty to defend, duty to indemnify, eight-corners, property damage, stormwater runoff, summary judgment, FRCP 56(a)

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