Liability insurance


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Liability insurance

Insurance that protects the insured against liability because of injury to the person or property of another.

liability insurance

Insurance which protects the insured against liability on account of injury to the person or property of another.
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Lot 7 Liability insurance environmental damage SNCF Group.
Fiduciary liability insurance is available as a stand alone policy, or as part of a management liability package, which typically includes directors and officers liability, employment practices liability, and fiduciary liability.
As an Active Member of the ADAA, you are entitled to professional liability insurance protection subject to the policy terms and conditions.
The cyclical insurance market has resulted in many tourist operators across Canada either packing up and waiting for better times, placing expansion plans on hold, or operating without liability insurance.
While it's too soon to know how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 will ultimately affect the potential liabilities of directors and officers, the new regulations have had an immediate impact on the underwriting process for director and officer (D&O) liability insurance, as well as on the coverage itself.
The AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Program remains committed to the goals established at its inception.
Employer Liability Insurance Report is designed to cover litigation resulting from employment issues, including such topics as sexual harassment, age discrimination, workplace injury, wrongful termination, ADA, workplace violence, sexual preference discrimination, gender discrimination, and pension and 401(k) fiduciary duty.
Not surprisingly, these areas of the country have seen some of the most staggering rises in physician liability insurance premiums.
The Special Commission on Insurance Practices II has been appointed by President Terrence Russell to study issues raised by members of the Bar, Bar committees, and the judiciary, related to the practice of property and casualty underwriters of the insurance industry using in-house, salaried attorneys to represent liability insurance policyholders.
Latimer says that one member facility closed its doors this past September, and that another is "going bare"--operating without liability insurance--because of soaring premiums (see "Is liability insurance an endangered species?
Much liability insurance coverage is purchased on an "occurrence basis.