Unfortunate-Events Test

Unfortunate-Events Test

Definition

A test used by a minority of courts to determine if multiple injurious incidents constitute a single occurrence under a commercial general-liability insurance policy. Factors considered include whether the incidents shared a close spatial and temporal relationship and were part of the same causal continuum, without someone or something intervening.

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