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An employee filed a complaint against a co-worker claiming that the co-worker committed continuous assaults and batteries on the employee at the place of employment. This case is Love v. Sirey, 119 So.3d 732 (2013)

Love filed a complaint for personal injuries against Sirey claiming that Sirey committed continuous assaults and batteries on Love through inappropriate comments and bodily contact; these alleged acts occurred at the workplace. Sirey contacted her homeowners insurer, State Farm, for defense and coverage. 

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