Kirkpatrick v. Town of Nags Head Even though the defendant-town has commercial general liability insurance, the destruction of the road that provided access to plaintiffs’ beach house was an act of God, which is not a covered occurrence. Since the town made a conscious decision not to repair and to close what was left of the road, the town’s acts and omissions were not a covered occurrence, either.
We reverse the trial court’s denial of summary judgment for the town on the grounds of governmental immunity.
Tagged with: Governmental Immunity Insurance Inverse Condemnation Municipal Real Property Tort/Negligence
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