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Concurrent Causation Language Does Not Exclude Windstorm Loss

My client, a tenant with a businessowners policy, suffered a business income loss resulting from Hurricane Ivan. During the storm, the building had off-premises loss of power and wind damage to the roof. We were unable to determine which occurred first.

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