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Roberts v. Assurance Co. of Am., G038749

In a coverage dispute involving a construction insurance policy wherein plaintiffs asserted contract and tort claims against their homeowner insurance carrier and insurance brokers, judgment for defendants after the trial court granted their motions for summary adjudication is affirmed over plaintiffs' claims that: 1) for purposes of claims against insurance brokers, there were triable issues of fact regarding whether brokers were requested to obtain general liability insurance in addition to course of construction insurance; and 2) their claims against their insurance carrier fell within a collapse coverage provision of the policy, and that there were triable issues of fact as to the efficient proximate cause of their loss.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 05/30/2008
  • Published 06/16/2008



  • California Court of Appeal


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