A recent Delaware Superior Court decision held that defective construction does not constitute an “occurrence” for purposes of commercial general liability coverage. Although the Delaware Supreme Court has not yet addressed this issue, this decision continues a trend of finding that faulty workmanship does not constitute an accidental occurrence in Delaware lower and federal courts. In comparison, many other states have held that defective construction does constitute an “occurrence,” making choice of law an important issue for CGL policyholders.
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Apr 02, 2015
Bethany L. Barrese