Duty to Defend When There Is No Loss to Tangible Property
A standard general liability insurer has a duty to defend and indemnify for a loss to tangible property only. The property loss section of these policies provides coverage for physical injury, loss, or destruction of tangible property, and the focus of the property damage coverage is the property itself.
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