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Court cases nationwide are split on the issue of whether or not construction defects are considered as occurances.
Contractors looking for state supreme court reversal On March 9, 2011, the South Carolina Supreme Court granted a petition for a rehearing on the controversial Crossmann v. Harleysville decision, which was the subject matter of two prior blog posts.* Hopefully,
Bill aims to counter Crossmann ruling and force General Liability Policies to cover construction defects The recent Crossmann decision by the South Carolina Supreme Court is a bad decision that distorts the intent of the drafters of the General Liability policy and
Court ruling is detrimental to builders and homeowners in South Carolina In the recent case of Crossmann v. Harleysville filed on January 7, 2011, the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that faulty workmanship that results in property damage to a builder’s
S.C. Supreme Court reaffirms ruling on “no occurrence” Home builders in South Carolina are still partially protected under the standard General Liability policy form against the “no occurrence” claim denial strategy used by many insurance carriers to totally deny workmanship claims for both faulty and
I came across an excellent article that provides new information on the depth of this crisis. However, I believe that the damage estimates on a per house basis may be too low. “We know that some of the builders are