Step by Step Center v. Pool Company & Philadelphia Insurance

Immediately following the start up of a new swimming pool filtration system at a school facility a muriatic acid leak occurred which was not immediately addressed by the pool company, despite numerous complaints of acid smell. The acid quickly corroded A/C and HVAC systems, along with electrical components. Insurer denied the claim citing pollutant exclusions. Litigation commenced against the pool company for product liability and negligence and against the insurer for breach of contract. Case settled with both defendants following the completion of discovery for $200,000.00


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