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A few weeks ago my co-editor, David Thamann, wrote in his blog on PropertyCasualty360.com that he questioned the application of auto liability coverage to injuries caused in drive-by shootings or dog bites, even if autos were used to transport the shooters or if the dog was in an auto when he bit someone. David’s analysis centered on the idea that auto policies are triggered by injuries caused by the “use” of the auto. He reasoned that these types of injuries really didn’t involve such use.

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