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California Supreme Court

May 11, 2023

California Supreme Court Review: April 2023

Both insurance companies and insurance holders with policies requiring direct physical loss or property damage to trigger coverage for COVID-19 claims will want to watch closely for the Court’s decisions


This month’s column reviews cases related to insurance coverage for losses due to COVID-19. In the past six months, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sent two COVID-19-related cases to the California Supreme Court, asking the Court to answer questions of state law. These upcoming decisions will not only address a split in California authority, they will also impact how lower courts interpret contracts and how ...

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