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I Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford v. Cook The court was faced with the legal question of whether an individual's homeowner's insurance provides coverage when that person is sued for wrongful death after killing a person in self-defense. On February 20, 2002, the defendant Alfred S. Cook killed Richard A. Barber, the deceased, after a disagreement over a business arrangement that was out of control. The decedent had entered Cook's home without permission. During their discussions, Cook, armed with a gun, withdrew to his bedroom to retrieve a 12-gauge shotgun and then returned to the living room, where the deadly confrontation occurred.
Cook was charged with a number of offenses, including murder. in the second degree stood trial and was acquitted on all counts in the indictment. The jury concluded that the prosecutor failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the 120-pound chef had no legal justification for firing the 360-pound decedent, who had previously attacked and injured Cook after he refused to leave Cook's home
They found no cover and believed that there was no other interpretation than that the actions were intentional.
In a case where "the policy language does not refer to an intentional act but rather contains an exception concerning" assault and / or battery committed by an insured * * * or another person. " The application of the exclusion does not depend on the perpetrators' mental state or whether [injured person] was the intended victim. "When the perpetrator was convicted of battery on the applicant, the exclusion applies regardless of the perpetrator's mental state.
1978, California Supreme Court in Clemmer v. Hartford Insurance Co . 71 ] treated a shooter who resulted in the victim's death. Regardless, it still led to the California Supreme Court finding a need for defense and damages. The court concluded that Hartford had no obligations regarding Dr. Lovelace's intentional acts in the murder of Dr. Clemmer but was obliged to
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