The Superior Court of Pennsylvania recently held that an auto salvage business is entitled to coverage against claims that an explosion in its yard resulted in fire damage to neighboring properties. The Court was tasked with evaluating the applicability of a commercial general liability policy’s Designated Ongoing Operations endorsement (the “Exclusion”), which provided that the policy did not apply to  “property damage arising out of [vehicle dismantling], regardless of whether such operations are conducted by you or on your behalf or whether the operations are conducted for yourself or for others.” For a detailed summary of the case of Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company v. Hebron Inc. visit the following url: