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Courtroom The Frank and Cynthia Huschle sued their home’s insurers, Allstate Insurance Company and Teachers Insurance Company, alleging that they failed to pay for damage to their home’s basement walls caused by cracking and deteriorating concrete. (Photo: iStock)

Yet another Connecticut court has ruled that insurance policies did not cover homeowners’ cracking concrete claims.

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