Insurance — Homeowners — Summary judgment — Breach of contract claim by insured against insurer — Trial court erred in denying insurer’s motion for summary judgment where insured presented no evidence of insurer’s breach of insurance contract, insurer met its initial burden of demonstrating the nonexistence of any genuine issue of material fact, and insured failed to come forward with admissible counter-evidence sufficient to reveal a genuine issue of material fact
45 Fla. L. Weekly D1091b
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