holding that the terms "sudden and accidental" in a pollution exclusion clause means unexpected and unintended, thus excluding coverage even if pollution occurs over a period of timeSummary of this case from Guenther v. City of Onalaska
Filed September 19, 1990.
Motion for Reconsideration denied without costs.
Notwithstanding this denial, the following changes have been made to 155 Wis.2d 737, 760, 456 N.W.2d 570, 579 (1990).
Strike the words "the insurance carriers have a duty to defend" and insert a lower case "s" in the word summary. The second to last sentence of the opinion will then read as follows: "Because the exclusionary clause does not preclude coverage, and the allegations in the complaint together with the depositions, interrogatories and affidavits raise inferences that could support a recovery covered by the policy, summary judgment should not have been granted."