An insurance company must defend a Long Island, N.Y., homeowner who was sued for negligence after her son decapitated and dismembered a neighbor, a state judge has ruled.
The Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Co. had argued that the murder was not an “accident” and therefore was not covered by the woman’s umbrella policy.
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