Two separate incidents in which children from different families were exposed to lead paint in a Rochester apartment must be viewed as a single occurrence for insurance purposes, even though the landlord attempted to remove the hazard between the first and second complaints and renewed his policy, a unanimous upstate appellate court has held.
Panel Upholds Insurer's View of Two Lead Cases as a Single Occurrence
New York Law Journal
February 15, 2013
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