Travelers seek to pin electrocution claim on CM Vantage

By Eric Heisig (June 10, 2022, 9:03 p.m. EDT) – The Travelers Indemnity Co. of America says a Wisconsin-based insurer should defend a New Jersey homeowner and ultimately cover any payments for a company employee plumber who said he was electrocuted while repairing a boiler in the basement of an office building.

The Hartford, Connecticut-based insurer, in a lawsuit filed Thursday, said it only agreed to provide excess coverage for 1655 Valley RD LLC to Wayne, owner of the Wayne Solar Center located at the same address as the company name. Injuries should be covered by a policy that the contractor Quality Facility Solutions Corp. had with CM…

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