comprehensive general liability insurance

comprehensive general liability insurance

A broad form of liability insurance covering claims for bodily injury and property damage which combines under one policy coverage for all liability exposures (except those specifically excluded) on a blanket basis and automatically covers new and unknown hazards that may develop; automatically includes contractual liability coverage for certain types of contracts.
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Tenders are invited for Real and Personal Property Coverage and Comprehensive General Liability Insurance
Since the first pollution exclusion entered the standard comprehensive general liability insurance policy in 1913, insurers and policyholders have litigated the exclusion's scope.
Although not discussed in case law addressing the economic loss rule, the "other property" problem has historically arisen in another area of construction defect litigation, claims against contractors' comprehensive general liability insurance.
These products include: medical professional liability insurance; managed care liability insurance; professional and comprehensive general liability insurance for health care facilities; Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse defense coverage; AHCA/OSHA insurance coverage; provider stop loss insurance and third-party administration services.
More organizations facing negligence claims related to sexual abuse are seeking protection from comprehensive general liability insurance policies.
A variety of insurance policies provide landlords and owners with protection against lead exposure claims including comprehensive general liability insurance policies, umbrella and excess liability policies.
Three basic types of insurance provide coverage for environmental claims: comprehensive general liability insurance, also known as commercial general liability (or CGL); first-party property; and environmental impairment liability (or ELL).
The company provides hospital professional liability insurance, comprehensive general liability insurance, excess/umbrella liability insurance and employee benefits services to QHR hospital clients.
Maintain in force comprehensive general liability insurance covering bodily injury, including death, and property damage in an amount of not less than $2,000,000 per occurrence.
companies dominate the new formations, particularly health care institutions, seeking medical malpractice insurance, hospital professional liability, comprehensive general liability insurance, and workers' compensation insurance, Rowell says.
These products include: medical professional liability insurance for medical professionals; managed care liability insurance; professional and comprehensive general liability insurance for health care facilities; medicare and medicaid fraud and abuse defense coverage; AHCA/OSHA insurance coverage; provider stop loss insurance and third-party administration services.
Key topics examined include "terms of art" commonly used in the field; insurance contract interpretation and construction; first party property and business interruption insurance: third party comprehensive general liability insurance (CGL); CGL overage exclusions, including the "pollution exclusion"; directors and officers liability insurance: professional liability insurance; surety bonds; accessing other persons' insurance policies; and loss control services.
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