Article Date: 09/02/2008


LIQUIDATED DAMAGES WERE NOT "LOSS OF USE" FOR PURPOSES OF INSURANCE COVERAGE


United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Lyerla v. AMCO Insurance Co.

No. 07-3104
August 4, 2008


Overview

A federal appeals court applying Illinois law has ruled that a contractor’s commercial general liability (CGL) insurance policy did not provide coverage against an owner’s suit for breach of contract. Although the policy defined “property damage” to ... Log in to view the full text.

 



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