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The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that, under the “cause and result” theory of determining the number of occurrences within the meaning of a commercial general liability insurance policy, a fire that burned 7,442 acres belonging to many individuals and businesses over the course of three days was a single occurrence and not multiple occurrences.

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