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99-3193 Vandenberg v. Continental Ins. Co., et al.

Because we find that reasonable persons in the position of the plaintiff in the present case could reasonably believe that they had coverage under this exception for the supervision and control of their own child, the rule of narrow construction against the insurance company applies to resolve the ambiguity in favor or the insured.Because there ...

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