Wisconsin Supreme Court Abandons "Integrated Systems Analysis" for Determining Property Damage

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5 Walworth then sought damages for the demolition of the old pool and construction of a new one.

September 12, 2023
Tred R. Eyerly - Insurance Law Hawaii

The Wisconsin Supreme Court departed from its previous mechanism for determining property damage under the "integrated systems analysis" and found the insurers were not entitled to summary judgment as determined by the trial court. 5 Walworth, LLC v. Engerman Contracting, Inc., 2023 Wis. LEXIS 152 (Wis. June 20, 2023).

5 Walworth LLC hired Engerman as general contractor to construct a swimming pool complex. Engerman subcontracted with Downes Swimming Pool Co., Inc. to construct the pool complex. Otto Jacobs supplied Downes with a ready-mixed concrete called shotcrete, commonly used in swimming poll construction.

Mr. Eyerly may be contacted at te@hawaiilawyer.com


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