1. January 06, 2015

    Ammonia Release Not Pollution Under Insurance, Co. Says

    A juice cup manufacturer told a New Jersey federal judge on Monday that insurance coverage for damages caused by an ammonia release that injured a worker at one of its plants shouldn't be barred by a pollution exclusion in its property policy with Travelers Property Casualty Co. of America.

  2. December 11, 2014

    NJ Court's 'Direct Physical Loss' Ruling A Boon To Insureds

    A New Jersey federal judge recently ruled that an ammonia release at a factory constituted direct physical loss or damage under the owner's property insurance policy, a decision attorneys say could embolden more policyholders to challenge coverage denials for incidents that don't involve an actual physical change to property.

  3. November 26, 2014

    Ammonia Release Ruled 'Direct Physical Loss' Under Policy

    An ammonia release at a juice cup manufacturer's plant constitutes direct physical loss of or damage to the facility under a property insurance policy with Travelers Property Casualty Co. of America, as the discharge caused the plant to be temporarily shut down, a New Jersey federal judge ruled Tuesday.

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