LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - An Arkansas appeals panel on June 4 affirmed a lower court's finding that commercial general liability coverage was warranted for an underlying negligence lawsuit arising from an electrical injury because the policy presented an ambiguity in both its stated purpose and exclusionary language (Acceptance Indemnity Insurance Co. v. Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp., et al., No. CV-13-1061, Ark. App., Div. One; 2014 Ark. App. LEXIS 449).