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When comparing sudden and accidental water-loss events, sewage backups pose one of the most serious health concerns, and insurers should understand the potential liabilities associated with these losses, especially when concrete is involved. In particular, current sewage restoration practices, concrete’s porosity, and whether current guidance for sewage restoration is sufficient to return the concrete surfaces to a pre-loss condition should be carefully considered.

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