The case is about an insured who wanted to hire a Feng Shui Consultant after repairs were made. She had originally hired this consultant when her business first opened. According to her affidavits, the feng shui consultant was retained “to come in and change crystals and perform additional cures to help to restore the location to its original condition,” to “restore energy balance,” and to determine “placement of furniture and dealing with forces of Qi.”
The courts determined the cost of restoring “energy balance” is not a direct “physical” loss and therefore not recoverable under the insurance policy. Read the entire article here.