An insurer was ordered to provide a defence to an insured despite the fact that the plaintiff’s pleadings may have been manipulated in order to trigger insurance coverage. The insurer was also ordered to pay for separate counsel for the insured as a result of a reasonable apprehension of conflict of interest.
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Morrison v. Co-operators General Insurance Company,  N.B.J. No. 290, New Brunswick Court of Appeal