“Occurrence” Must Damage More Than the Project Itself to Trigger Insurer’s Duty to Defend

Under a commercial general liability policy, does an insurer have a duty to defend its insured when the insured’s work damages property that was outside the scope of work to be performed by the insured? This question has been asked many times, but was, until recently, unanswered under Illinois law. In the recent case of […]

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