Va.'s Steadfast Ruling On What Is (Not) An 'Occurrence'
The court held that Steadfast, a Zurich Insurance Group subsidiary, had no duty to defend the underlying climate-change-nuisance allegations against AES because "the gravamen" of the underlying allegations was not sufficiently accidental, i.e., there was no covered "occurrence".
As Justice William Mims explained in a separate concurring...
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