Stunted-Chicken Ruling Hatches Fight Over Defect Exclusions

By Jeff Sistrunk (July 15, 2016, 7:29 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey appeals court's Thursday ruling that adverse side effects caused by chicken feed additive are covered property damage chips away at precedent long relied upon by insurance carriers in product defect cases, but the court's new test for how an exclusion for impaired property is applied sets up fierce battles between insurers and policyholders, experts say....

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