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In what is being called one of the biggest Environmental insurance coverage rulings to come out of California in decades, the state’s highest court says policyholders can seek recoveries up to the policy limits and can stack multiple policies on long-tail claims.

“This is really a big deal—a blow to the insurance industry,” says Robert M. Horkovich, managing partner with Anderson Kill & Olick, which represented the state in the case. The case involves the Stringfellow Acid Pits site—one of the most contaminated sites in the United States.

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