No Coverage Owed For Water, Mold Damages, D.C. Federal Judge Says

(September 27, 2016, 11:54 AM EDT) -- WASHINGTON, D.C. — No coverage is afforded for water and mold damages that occurred within a vacation home because the insureds did not have a water shut-off valve to turn off the home’s main water supply while the home was unoccupied, a District of Columbia federal judge said Sept. 26, noting that the policy required the home’s main water supply to be shut off while the home was unoccupied (Vasilli Katopothis, et al. v. Windsor-Mount Joy Mutual Insurance Co., et al., No. 14-380, D. D.C.; 2016...
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