Intentional Injury Exclusion – Different Kind or Degree – in Personal Liability Insurance Policies

The intentional injury exclusion for injuries of a “a different kind or degree” or sustained by a “different person or property, than intended or expected” in personal liability insurance policies is enforceable and excludes coverage even if the seriousness of the injury is not intended expected or if a different person is injured than intended or expected. See Simpson v. Angel, 598 So.2d 584 (La.App. 4th Cir.), writ denied, 605 So.2d 1091 (La.1992).