Ohio Security Insurance Co. v. Grace Funeral Home, Inc.
The court found that the insured's "snafu" in the cremation of a body when none was requested and the giving of remains to a family that were not their loved one's remains did not clearly fall within the scope of a "professional services" exclusion and, therefore, summary judgment on the duty to defend was not warranted.
businessowners liability policy, duty to defend, professional services exclusion, burial services, cremation, mortuary duties, mortuary services, clerical, administrative
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