Trial Law Review

What Constitutes “Rain” Under an Insurance Policy?

Posted by Goosmann Law Team on Apr 1, 2014 10:01:28 AM

April 1, 2014. A recent decision by the Iowa Court of Appeals, which can be found here, addressed the meaning of the term “rain” as that term is used in an insurance policy. In the case, Amish Connection, Inc. v. State Farm, the plaintiff sustained property damage at its place of business when a drain pipe connected to its building’s roof drain system burst during a rainstorm. The roof drain system was designed to collect water on the roof and transport it through interior drain pipes and down to the storm sewer.

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