Workers’ compensation — Known loss — Action involving employer’s broker acquiring workers’ compensation insurance starting the day of job site injury where broker knew of the injury beforehand but did not inform insurer — Although policy technically took effect prior to the occurrence of the injury where coverage began at 12:01 a.m. on the date of loss because the policy did not set a specific time at which coverage was to begin, an insurer is not required to cover an insured’s known and undisclosed losses — Finding that insurer is not liable applies specifically to the known and undisclosed injury without more broadly affecting or canceling employer’s workers’ compensation coverage for other losses
43 Fla. L. Weekly D2452a
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