Sometimes the repair of damages from a hurricane can lead to unexpected mitigation, such as in the case when replacement of flooring required asbestos abatement.
September 27, 2021 at 05:17 AM
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Insured sustained damage in Hurricane Ida. During the mitigation efforts, they discovered asbestos underneath the flooring. Wouldn’t’ this be considered a pollutant under the policy and coverage afforded based on policy wording under the commercial policy.
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