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Insurance – Intentional Injury – Self-Defense Exception (access required)

An insurer that wrote an umbrella policy has a duty to defend its insured in a tort action for assault and battery because the facts developed in depositions could fit within a policy exception allowing coverage for intentional injury caused by an insured “trying to protect person or property,” the Supreme Court of Virginia holds. The ...

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