No Insurance under CGL Policy for Contractual Dispute

Where a concrete subcontractor’s ready mix concrete was found to be defective, and its client- another contractor, refused to pay for it, the subcontractor put a lien on the project, and the parties sued each other over the payment dispute.  The subcontractor then...

Insured Contract Exception to Contractual-Liability Exclusion

A project owner and its subcontractors were entitled to be defended and indemnified under its contractor’s commercial general liability (CGL) policy. The “contractual liability” exclusion of the policy was not applicable because indemnity was afforded under an...

Resulting Loss from Faulty Work are Covered by Homeowner Policy

Homeowner’s insurance policy carrier denied coverage for losses that occurred in connection with construction of an addition to the homeowner’s house that was to serve as an observatory. The addition included construction of a telescope support system that included...