A number of matters of first impression in Georgia were addressed during this survey period, including who bears the burden of establishing whether a vehicle is "uninsured," whether the use of a formula in establishing diminished value is bad faith, and what the trigger date is for coverage for claims of malicious prosecution and negligent repair. Additionally, the Georgia Supreme Court squarely and definitely addressed whether lead-based paint is a "pollutant" for purposes of a pollution exclusion in a Commercial General Liability (CGL) Policy.
Cave, Maren R.; Schatz, Stephen; and Wolff, Bradley S.
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