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California law holds dog owners strictly liable for any dog bites/injuries. If there is a personal injury claim against a dog owner whose homeowner insurance has a canine exclusion clause in the homeowners contract, and the tortfeasor has no personal assets, what can the injured plaintiff do? Can the injured plaintiff hold the homeowners insurance liable for the injury?
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