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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, affirming a district court’s decision, has ruled that allegations that a chiropractor negligently failed to warn a female minor about her ex-husband’s alleged propensity to sexually molest underage females and allowed her ex-husband to access her office building, where he allegedly assaulted the girl, had not occurred during the chiropractor’s provision of “professional services” and, therefore, were not covered by her malpractice insurance policy.

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