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Crazy Loophole December 20, 2008

Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in Personal Injury Law.
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Does this strike anyone else as outrageous? 

 An insurance company has asked a federal judge to dismiss it from several lawsuits arising from a 2007 office fire because smoke that killed occupants should be considered “pollution,” something not covered by its policy. Great American Insurance Company argues that its policy includes specific exclusions for certain types of pollution including smoke, fumes and soot. The insurer potentially faces $25 million in liability from the fire.  Mary Flood, Houston Chronicle  

Jon Groth is a Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney handling cases throughout Wisconsin and most recently in West AllisSheboygan,  Plymouth,  and  Germantown.

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