Judge: Policy didn't cover Chinese Drywall damage

 Wednesday, June 9, 2010

 Insurance Journal

An insurance company doesn't have to pay for damages at a Virginia man's home ruined by Chinese-made, sulfur-emitting drywall, a decision by a federal judge Thursday that could affect how lawsuits by thousands of U.S. homeowners are settled. Judge Robert G. Doumar in U.S. District Court in Norfolk said in the ruling that no coverage was owed under a homeowner's policy issued by Travco Insurance Co. to Larry Ward of Virginia Beach.
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