In a recent court case, the insured was injured in a collision between her vehicle and one driven by another party who apparently intentionally collided with her vehicle. The other party's insurer denied the claim because it was not accidental. When the insured turned to her carrier for payment for her injuries under UM coverage, the insurer denied the claim on the same basis...it was not accidental. Is that correct?
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