Insurer Not Required to Defend Against Member's Personal Injury Claim

September 27, 2009
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Facts: A member was injured as a result of exposure to unsafe sanitary conditions in the community swimming pool. Specifically, the member contracted a viral infection from contaminants in the swimming pool's water. The viral infection was identified as the coxsackie virus, which was contracted from ingesting the community's swimming pool water. According to an expert's report, proper chlorination of swimming pool water is an effective way to kill harmful microbes, including the virus that caused the member's injury.

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