Collapse – 5
The modern view, in which “collapse” in insurance contracts is interpreted so that any substantial impairment of a building constitutes collapse. Magwerks Corp., 829 N.E.2d at 973 … [w]here coverage is included for collapse but excluded for “settling, cracking, bulging, shrinking, or expansion,” and collapse was found even though the building was substantially impaired by settling, cracking, bulging, shrinking, or expansion.
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