Arkwright-Boston Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co. v. Dunkel, 363 So. 2d 190 (Fla. 3d DCA 1978).

In this coverage case involving a mentally-ill brother fatally shooting his sister and wounding his niece, the appellate court held that an allegedly insane individual does not possess the requisite capacity to act "intentionally" within the framework of an "intentional injury exclusion clause" thereby giving rise to coverage.