This is going to hurt the ol' profit sharing (Fireman's Fund is a sister company of ours)
Prankster dentist wins tusk case - Peculiar Postings - MSNBC.com
Dental assistant goes under for a procedure. While under, dentist puts some boar's tusks in her mouth and snaps some pictures. He takes them out but the tusks make their way around the office.
Dental assistant quits and sues dentist. Fireman's Fund refuses to cover his claim (apparently, for some stupid reason, they don't think practical jokes are part of running a dental practice
). Dentist settles out of court for $250k with his ex-assistant and then sues Fireman's Fund. Jury sides with said dentist, supreme court upholds the ruling stating:
Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst wrote that Woo’s practical joke was an integral, if odd, part of the assistant’s dental surgery and “conceivably” should trigger the professional liability coverage of his policy.
I've got some integral, if odd, corrective program lined up too.