ICA was retained by a chemical manufacturer in Pennsylvania. The Client was sued in Federal Court for damages allegedly resulting from the plaintiff’s prolonged exposure to a pesticide distributed under the Client’s label. Upon submission of the claim to the general liability carrier, coverage was denied based on a “pollution exclusion” in the relevant policy. ICA convinced the insurance company to provide coverage because the product liability coverage overrode the pollution exclusion and provided a carve back for coverage to the Client. Result: Full defense and indemnity.