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Power Eng'g Co. v. Royal Ins. Co. of Am.

Citation: 30 ELR 20756
No. No. Civ.A. 98-B-1547, 105 F. Supp. 2d 1196/(D. Colo., 07/26/2000)

The court holds that under Colorado law, an insurer has no duty to defend or indemnify an industrial crankshaft reconditioning company that was the subject of state and federal lawsuits for spilling chromic acid at its plant, thereby contaminating surrounding groundwater....

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