Civil procedure — Summary judgment — Insurance — Homeowners — Trial court abused its discretion by entering summary judgment in favor of insurer after denying insured’s motion for continuance to allow insured to depose insurer’s corporate representative where representative was first identified when insurer filed representative’s 45-page summary judgment affidavit about 20 days before hearing on motion for summary judgment and insured responded promptly by requesting representative’s deposition and moving for continuance
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2449b
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