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Carrier Has Duty to Defend in Pool Drowning Case (access required)

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In this declaratory judgment action filed against a CGL carrier that refused to defend a pool company in a $10 million wrongful death suit filed by the parents of a child who drowned, an Alexandria U.S. District Court looks to parol evidence to determine who is the intended entity to be insured, and says the ...

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