A federal judge invoked a grammar lesson in his decision to dismiss a Connecticut hospital’s lawsuit against its insurer that sought coverage for property damage associated with COVID-19.

The Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and a subsidiary filed the suit in U.S. District Court in New Haven on March 5, 2021. Its property insurer, Continental Casualty Co., and its parent company, CNA Financial Corp., were the defendants.

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