New Hampshire Supreme Court has held that a persistent odor could constitute a “physical loss” under a homeowner’s insurance policy

Lynyrd Skynyrd once wrote about it in their song, ” That Smell” ( Ooooh that smell,Can’t you smell that smell), and now the  New Hampshire Supreme Court recently held that a persistent odor could constitute a “physical loss” under a homeowner’s insurance policy.

The Supreme Court thought that “physical loss” need not be limited to changes that could be seen or touched, but could also include changes perceived by smell.

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When you have a physical loss due to a storm or some sticky chemicals or marijuana being grown, its an insurance claim, and now policy holders can seek coverage when their property is stunk out.

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