Reed, et al. v. Auto-Owners Insurance Co., 284 Ga. 286 (Ga. Sup. Ct. 2008)

(residential tenant sued landlord for carbon monoxide poisoning allegedly caused by landlord’s failure to keep rental house in good repair; defendant, landlord’s insurance carrier, defended suit but filed declaratory judgment action requesting determination of non-liability; pollution exclusion clause unambiguously excluded tenant’s claim from coverage – nothing in clause language limited term “pollution” to what is commonly or traditionally considered environmental pollution).