Connecticut Supreme: Insurance Coverage for Crumbling Foundation Requires Home in ‘Imminent Danger of Falling Down’
The Connecticut Supreme Court has issued a decision essentially foreclosing insurance coverage in crumbling concrete cases except in the most extreme instances.
Although recognizing the “seriousness of the crumbling foundations problem” and the “gravity of the problem” for so many Connecticut homeowners, the Connecticut Supreme Court has issued a decision essentially foreclosing insurance coverage for that damage except in the most extreme cases.
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