Insurer Must Cover Dredging Contract Case, Water Co. Says

Law360, New York (November 15, 2016, 5:50 PM EST) -- A water treatment products provider sued Admiral Insurance Co. in New Jersey federal court Monday, saying its insurer must defend the company in a $4.6 million suit over dredging work for a Jersey shore borough.

WaterSolve LLC accused Admiral Insurance Co., a unit of W. R. Berkley Corp., of failing to honor a primary insurance policy and an excess insurance policy when it refused to defend and reimburse the company for a lawsuit against it. Dredging company Sevenson Environmental Services Inc. had sued WaterSolve because a WaterSolve device to remove water from dredging materials allegedly delayed and then limited the Sevenson...

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