Insurer Claims St. Louis Cardinals Made False Representations About Pollution Under New Stadium

The St. Louis Cardinals’ brand new $400 million stadium, next door to their old stadium, also comes with a $14 million price tag to clean up environmental contamination under the site. One of the Cardinals’ liability insurers is suing the team to rescind its $20 million pollution liability policy, claiming the Redbirds falsely said that no relevant environmental studies had been done on the property. Allegedly, studies had been done in 1995-96 showing historical use of the property for gas stations and other businesses that one would suspect caused pollution.

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