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Allied World's Ricciardelli: Flooding Raises Commercial Environmental Risks

Marcel Ricciardelli, senior vice president, Allied World Assurance, said warehouses in flooded regions could be sources of contamination as contents break and leak, exposing owners to environmental liability.

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