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of 'pollutants'" unless (1) the dispersal or migration of a pollutant is itself caused by a "specified cause of loss" or (2) the dispersal or migration of a pollutant results in a "specified cause of loss" and the "specified cause of loss" causes the loss or damage.
Cause of Loss includes Fire, Riot Strike Damage, Explosion, Burglary, Earth Quake , Atmospheric Disturbance are some examples of cause of loss that present a possibility of loss to property?
The loss or damage must be caused by or result from a Covered Cause of Loss.
Supp.2d 901 (2001), this rule allows for coverage "where the loss is essentially caused by an insured peril with the contribution of an excluded peril merely as part of a chain of events leading to the loss." The thinking behind this ruling and other concurrent causation cases is that the cause of loss that is not excluded caused damage to the insured's property in one way or another, so the property coverage form must pay for the loss.
Business interruption typically follows the same cause of loss form that property insurance follows, so the loss of business income has to be the result of a covered cause of loss.
(1) Subject to Paragraphs (3) and (4), we will pay your expense to remove debris of Covered Property caused by or resulting from a Covered Cause of Loss that occurs during the policy period.
The agent and adjuster disagreed about coverage for the loss, with the agent citing explosion as the cause of loss and the adjuster saying that no named peril was the cause of loss.
But if the failure or surge of power, or the failure of communication, water or other utility service, results in a Covered Cause of Loss, we will pay for the loss or damage caused by that Covered Cause of Loss.
The special form covers any cause of loss that is not specifically excluded and does not list all of the causes of loss like the basic and broad forms.
Covered cause of loss--An occurrence causing damage for which insurance coverage is provided, i.e., fire is a covered cause of loss in the BOP; flood is not.
The most common loss-of-income insurance covers the loss of gross profits that result directly from a covered cause of loss.