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It is a long-held axiom that an insurer’s duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify. But what encompasses that duty? On what is the duty based: the factual allegations in the complaint, or legal theories of recovery such as negligence? Can other evidence or facts not in the complaint be considered? What if the complaint includes other allegations obviously not covered by the policy?


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