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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Kalinich of Aon agreed that the department's insurance requirements are nebulous at best, but said the department is likely to base the requirements on such factors as the particular technology and what liability insurance is available in the world market, as well as the amount of liability the company maintained before application, the amount maintained by producers of other technologies and the amount typically maintained by similar producers.
One of the key questions for insurance buyers to ask about claims-made liability insurance is how long the supplemental extended reporting period is and how much will it cost?
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Your request to add third parties to your camp's liability insurance should be made in writing to your agent.
The construction industry, after discussions with insurers, insurance agents and others, believes that this modest change in the law will encourage insurers to begin writing construction liability insurance in New York State again.
Strasburg said a discussion on liability insurance will examine several topics, among them lead coverage, umbrella insurance; workers' compensation, boiler and machinery insurance, and the difference between replacement cost and actual cash value.
The program, Ontarget Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance, has coverage available to solo practitioners and law firms with up to 75 attorneys.
Lot 2: War and Terrorism Liability insurance (extension clause AVN52G); insured limit of minimum 850 000 000 USD any one occurrence and in the annual aggregate in excess of 150 000 000 USD (primary policy).
More than 60 companies have begun offering employment practices liability insurance since its rollout in 1990, according to the Insurance Information Institute.

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