Absolute Employer’s Liability Provision Does Not Bar Coverage, Florida Panel Rules
(February 11, 2016, 2:28 PM EST) -- MIAMI — A Florida appeals panel on Feb. 10 held that a general liability insurance policy’s “separation of insureds” provision allowed an insured’s claimant to pursue her claims stemming from a slip-and-fall injury against additional insureds under the policy, reversing a lower court’s ruling that coverage is barred by the “absolute employer's liability” provision (Kerry Taylor v. Admiral Insurance Co., No. 3D14-720, Fla., App., 3rd Dist.; 2016 Fla. App. LEXIS 1807).
(Opinion available. Document #13-160218-012Z.)
In April 2006, Kerry Taylor attended a private event at the...