Declarations Page Doomed Insured’s Bid for Coverage of Lights Damaged by Electrical Storm
An appellate court in Georgia, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that the declarations page of a commercial property insurance policy unambiguously…
An appellate court in Georgia, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that the declarations page of a commercial property insurance policy unambiguously stated that the insured had obtained insurance coverage for its business personal property only, and that the insured failed to carry its burden to establish that lights allegedly damaged by an electrical storm were its business personal property.
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