Travelers Casualty Insurance Co. of America v. Mediterranean Grill & Kabob, Inc.
A court of the Western District of Texas granted a commercial general liability insurer's motion for summary judgment that 124 cases of food poisoning over a four-day period as the result of contaminated food prepared and served by a restaurant was the result of a single occurrence based on the cause test under Texas law.
commercial general liability policy, number of occurrences, food poisoning, cause test, injurious effects, motion for summary judgment, bodily injury, occurrence
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