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Every now and again there are reports of groups becoming ill after eating something, whether it be hamburgers, chicken or certain fruits or vegetables. The foodborne illness usually affects multiple people in multiple areas, even when the contamination comes from one source. Such illnesses can then lead to multiple injury claims against that one source. The insurer of that source then must decide whether to address the claims as one occurrence or multiple occurrences.

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