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CO poisoning in Idaho

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This sounds like another great CO situation.  How do you think the contractor will fair.  The water heaters were dangerous and he left them running,  But he did notify the proper people.  Well, all but one marine.

What about the Supreme Court of Minnesota being added to the list of state courts for approving insurance companies the right to refuse to  pay CO claims because of their exclusion pollution clause.

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  • Jean-David Beyer
    Jean-David Beyer Member Posts: 2,665
    Another colorless oderless stinking mess.

    My guess it will be like all the others. The marine will not get his life back.
  • SWEI
    SWEI Member Posts: 7,356
    The plumber did his job

    and the lawyers will have to figure out the rest.  My take, anyway.



    The fine line between adequate and sub-adequate "notice" is what we all need to avoid.
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