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North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. v. Lynn Even though the plaintiff-insurer showed that the insured’s son intended to pull the trigger of his gun, the insurer failed to show that the son intended to injure defendant. Therefore, the insurer failed to prove that the shooting was not an “occurrence” under its homeowner’s policy. We reverse summary judgment for the insurer and remand for entry of summary judgment for defendant.

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