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Morrow Corp. v. Harleysville Mut. Ins. Co.

Citation: 30 ELR 20657
No. No. Civ.A. 99-1782-A, 101 F. Supp. 2d 422/(E.D. Va., 06/22/2000)

The court holds that two insurers did not have a duty to defend or a duty to indemnify an insured dry cleaning store owner for soil and groundwater contamination while policies containing absolute pollution exclusion clauses were in effect, but one of the insurers had a duty to defend the insured under additional policies containing a sudden and...

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