Insurance — Homeowners — Property damage — Discovery — Trial court abused discretion by allowing insureds’ expert to give testimony regarding the cause of damage to insureds’ property which differed from his pre-trial deposition, based on expert’s post-discovery, mid-trial inspection of insureds’ property — Change in expert’s testimony was a surprise to insurer and resulted in prejudice
43 Fla. L. Weekly D2584a
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