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Although the insured argued that "loss" referred only to each individual siding claim paid by Stimson and therefore should not reduce its claims in the aggregate, the federal district court in Oregon held that this analysis was "unreasonable" and rather held that "loss" should be understood as being similar to "ultimate net loss" and therefore applied to the gross amount that the insured is seeking in its claim under the policy.
The Ranger policy had limits of $100,000 per occurrence and $200,000 in the aggregate.