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Croft Metals, Inc. Wins Liability Coverage from Its Insurer
June 28th, 2010
Plaintiff, Lacoste Builders, LLC sued Croft Metals, Inc. and Zurich American Insurance Company alleging Croft sold and installed defective windows. Zurich was Croft’s liability insurance carrier. The windows were installed by Croft in residences and buildings Lacoste constructed and sold. Zurich attempted to limit its exposure under its comprehensive general liability (CGL) policy by filing a Motion for Summary Judgment. While representing Croft, Lamothe defeated the motions for summary judgment filed by Zurich and established that full coverage was afforded to Croft for the claims Lacoste Builders brought against them.This entry was posted in Recent Cases. Bookmark the permalink.