FIRST FINANCIAL INS. CO. v. BUGG

No. 79,085.

265 Kan. 690 (1998)

962 P.2d 515

FIRST FINANCIAL INSURANCE CO., Appellant, v. VERDELL AND EARLENE BUGG, d/b/a TEWZ ENUFF, JOI WOODBERRY, TINA M. DAVIS, and v. LELA R. SMITH, Appellees.

Supreme Court of Kansas.

Opinion filed July 10, 1998.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Larry G. Karns, of Glenn, Cornish, Hanson & Karns, of Topeka, argued the cause and was on the brief for appellant.

Gary D. White, Jr., of Schroer, Rice, P.A., of Topeka, argued the cause, and James L. Wisler, of the same firm, was on the brief for appellees Davis and Smith.

Kala Spigarelli, of Spigarelli, McLane & Short, of Pittsburg, was on the brief for appellee Woodberry.


The opinion of the court was delivered by

ABBOTT, J.:

This is a declaratory judgment action brought by First Financial Insurance Company (First Financial) to determine if its liability insurance policy provided coverage for the incident in question. The policy at issue covers Verdell and Earlene Bugg doing business as Tewz Enuff, a bar, and their employees.

Joi Woodberry, Tina M. Davis, and Lela R. Smith were patrons in the bar and were shot during...

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