Star Insurance Co. v. Montoya
The court found that the entirety of the underlying litigation is premised on the death being the result of hydrogen sulfide gas inhalation and, therefore, no duty to defend nor indemnify the insureds existed.
commercial general liability insurance policy, excess liability insurance policy, pollution exclusion, pollutants, bodily injury, duty to defend, eight corners rule, duty to indemnify
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