Acadia Seeks Exit From Coverage Of Water Filter False Ad Suit

By Jody Godoy (January 26, 2016, 7:13 PM EST) -- Acadia Insurance Co. asked an Illinois federal court Tuesday to rule that commercial insurance policies it issued to a company that sells residential water treatment systems don't cover a consumer fraud suit and that it shouldn't have to defend the company against the allegations.

The insurer filed a suit seeking declaratory judgment against Tri-State Water Treatment Inc. and Michael and Stacey Bauer, whose proposed class action claims the water treatment company duped them into paying thousands of dollars for a water treatment system that is no more effective than those available at a fraction of the cost.

Acadia issued several policies...

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