A federal appeals court has ruled that two units of Hartford Financial Services Group do not have to defend the joint venture that built Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., which allegedly was partly inaccessible to people with disabilities. "In California, the design and construction of a structure that allegedly violates accessibility laws generally does not fall within the plain meaning of 'accident' when used in insurance contracts," the ruling said.
Court lets insurers off the hook in Calif. stadium case
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