Acceptance Insurance Co. v. Lifecare Corp

In Acceptance Insurance Co. v. Lifecare Corp., 89 S.W.3d 773 (Tex. App.--Corpus Christi 2002, no pet.), the plaintiff in the underlying case, a sexual assault victim, sued the insured, her attacker's former employer, alleging the employer negligently provided inaccurate information in a request from the attacker's subsequent employer. Lifecare Corp., 89 S.W.3d at 776. The appellate court observed, "The insured and its agents' or employees' conduct said to have caused the injuries were purely and simply negligence. The specific and only facts alleged against the insured were the negligent representations." Id. at 778. The court also appears to have concluded the sexual assault was not expected or intended from the insured's standpoint. Id. at 784.