Aggio, et al. v. Estate of Aggio, No. C 04-4357 PJH, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 49368 (N.D. Cal. Jun. 19, 2008)

(decedent’s heirs entered into voluntary cleanup agreement with State to clean up site contaminated by lead bullets and other contaminants to be deposited in soil at firing range on the property, and sued estate to recover costs; decedent’s personal liability insurance policy motioned for summary judgment on basis that it had no duty to indemnify estate because any judgment against estate not indemnifiable because not a product of a “suit” nor an “award of damages”; motion granted – plaintiffs voluntarily assumed response costs and contamination tied to business pursuits of the insured which is excluded under the policy).