Insurance Co. Says It's Not Liable For Horse Deaths

Law360, New York (July 20, 2012, 8:48 PM EDT) -- Florida pharmacy Franck's Lab Inc. is not entitled to have its insurer pay for lawsuits over an error that killed a team of polo horses, Franck's insurer said in a lawsuit filed Thursday.

The Cincinnati Insurance Co., which issued Franck's a commercial liability policy, asked a federal court to rule that it has no responsibility to pay for damages associated with the death of 21 horses on the Venezuelan national polo team.

The horses died after being administered prescription drugs compounded by Franck's. Because of a...
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