The trial court found that an insurer breached its contract with a company that was an asbestos litigation defendant. The plain language of the policies supports the trial court's determination that the asbestos exposure claims arise out of a single occurrence. Because this case does not involve an ongoing omission, the court does not apply the time-and-space test. The trial court's judgment is affirmed.
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's v. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
Tex. App. Dist. 9
July 9, 2013