Insurance — General liability — Duty to defend and indemnify — Trial court did not err in denying insurer’s motion for summary judgment – Although insurer argued that claims fell within policy’s “professional services” exclusion, trial court correctly reasoned that the allegations in the underlying suit could potentially be deemed to be unrelated to professional services and bring tort action within coverage provided by policy
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1713b
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