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Ala., Fla. see major flooding from Hurricane Sally

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Judge dismisses retailer's virus-related BI coverage suit | Global courts take up business interruption question | Commentary: Social inflation to intensify amid pandemic
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Ala., Fla. see major flooding from Hurricane Sally
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Hurricane Sally was at Category 2 strength when it made landfall near Gulf Shores, Ala., but has been downgraded to Category 1. The storm is causing potentially catastrophic flooding in places such as Gulf Shores and Pensacola, Fla., and its rainfall totals could be as much as 35 inches.
Full Story: USA Today (9/16),  CNN (9/16) 
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A federal judge has granted Travelers Casualty Insurance's motion to dismiss a San Francisco retailer's lawsuit seeking business interruption coverage for losses related to state-ordered business shutdowns during the coronavirus pandemic. The retailer's policy has a clause regarding direct physical loss of property that "was not intended to encompass a loss where the property was rendered unusable without an intervening physical force," US District Judge Jon Tigar wrote in his opinion.
Full Story: Bloomberg Law (free content) (9/15),  Business Insurance (tiered subscription model) (9/15) 
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Global courts are now testing the argument of whether business interruption insurance covers disruptions due to the pandemic. Legal processes are playing out in the US, UK, Australia and France.
Full Story: Insurance Journal (9/15),  The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (9/15) 
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Social inflation has been on the rise, and the coronavirus pandemic will further heighten its impact on commercial liability insurance this year, writes Robert Mazzuoli of Fitch Ratings. Directors-and-officers, cyberinsurance and professional "will be among the liability segments most affected by the pandemic," Mazzuoli writes.
Full Story: Insurance Journal (9/15) 
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The backup driver of the Uber autonomous vehicle involved in a deadly 2018 crash in Tempe, Ariz., has pleaded not guilty to a charge of negligent homicide. The crash killed a 49-year-old pedestrian, and the National Transportation Safety Board said the primary cause was that the driver was watching a television show on her phone and not monitoring the road.
Full Story: CNBC/The Associated Press (9/15) 
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Catastrophic Risk
Western states struggle with wildfire-fighting resources
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California, Oregon and Washington state are facing major challenges in obtaining sufficient firefighting resources during an extreme wildfire season, and they are seeking assistance from at least nine other states as well as other countries, such as Canada and Israel. Drought, wind and other factors in California mean that crews "can't contain one [wildfire] before another erupts," said Justin Silvera, a battalion chief with Cal Fire.
Full Story: The Associated Press (9/16) 
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The Natural Resources Defense Council has introduced a county-level tracking tool of the 37,000 Severe Repetitive Loss Properties, or SRLPs, receiving payouts through the National Flood Insurance Program. In one example, New Jersey's Passaic County has seen SLRPs receive about 60% of its $283.5 million in NFIP payouts since 1968, according to federal data.
Full Story: BNN Bloomberg (Canada) (9/15) 
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Federal and state agencies are warming up to the idea of relocating communities away from flood-prone areas. For example, New Jersey has acquired and torn down hundreds of endangered homes, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Department of Housing and Urban Development have launched national relocation programs.
Full Story: Building Design + Construction (free registration) (9/14) 
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Policy and Law
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a measure giving essential employees who contract COVID-19 the rebuttable presumption that they caught the coronavirus on the job. The law is retroactive to March 9.
Full Story: NJ Advance Media (Morristown, N.J.) (tiered subscription model) (9/15),  The National Law Review (9/15) 
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Legislation filed in Minnesota would establish a rebuttable presumption that teachers and other school employees who fall ill with COVID-19 contracted the coronavirus on the job. The presumption would be in effect until May 1.
Full Story: Business Insurance (tiered subscription model) (9/14) 
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Early-bird pricing has been extended for the APCIA Virtual Annual Meeting. You can save $100 on your registration fee until Friday, Sept. 25. Hear expert speakers on pandemic issues, diversity and inclusion efforts, and more with former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino serving as emcee on Oct. 12 to 13.
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