Colorado Federal Court Applies Builder’s Risk Exclusion and Policy Endorsement to Preclude Coverage for Underlying Construction Defect Litigation

Even where insureds clear the “property damage” and “occurrence” hurdles to finding coverage for construction defect claims under liability insurance policies, additional coverage obstacles remain. Consider the “business risk exclusions,” for example. Those exclusions, which are found at paragraphs 5 and 6 of the current ISO commercial general liability coverage form’s “Damage to Property Exclusion,” preclude coverage for “property damage” to:   Read More……


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