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By A.V. Riswadkar, liability line of business director, Zurich Services Corporation 

In 1938, Zurich North America (then Maryland Casualty Co.) wrote public liability coverage for a record-setting event where a professional baseball player dropped a series of balls from the top of a 708-foot tower to teammates scattered below.

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