In “3 Key Insurance Rulings Attorneys Should Know This Fall,” Mike discusses the recent debate in Pennsylvania over the availability of coverage for faulty workmanship and construction defects.
“It was important that the Third Circuit held that the alleged distinction between damage to the work product itself and damage to third-party property is irrelevant as long as all the damage in question foreseeably flowed from the faulty work,” Mike said. “In cases like this, the insured is in control of whether it supplies the agreed-upon product, so any liability flowing from the insured’s alleged failure to meet those required specs is not an accident.”
Read the full article:
“3 Key Insurance Rulings Attorneys Should Know This Fall,” Law360, November 8, 2019
More about Goldberg Segalla’s Michael A. Hamilton
Michael A. Hamilton handles sophisticated and high-exposure insurance coverage claims and commercial litigation. As a leader of the firm’s Global Insurance Services Pennsylvania and Ohio teams, Mike focuses his practice on environmental, professional liability, construction defect, transportation, and business torts/advertising injury claims. He has been lead defense counsel in class action litigation, representing insurance companies, self-insurers, and transportation entities.