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occurrence

In insurance terminology, an accident or a continuous exposure to conditions which result in injury or damage, provided the injury or damage is neither expected nor intended.
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Much has been written about and litigated regarding the topic of an "occurrence" as it is applied within the four walls of a commercial insurance policy.
A central issue in the case was whether all of DuPont's liability for the product arose out of a single "occurrence," which would mean that DuPont only had to satisfy a single SIR before it could recover under its excess policies, or whether the liabilities arose out of multiple occurrences which would trigger multiple SIRs.
Vincular patterns, also called generalized patterns, resemble (classical) patterns with the additional constraint that some of the elements in a occurrence must be consecutive in positions.
Currently, farmers have access to information on activity planning, especially related to the zoning of climatic risk, which considers the occurrence of low temperatures as its essential criterion (Dalmago et al., 2008).
Then we say that {[??]} are the elements in this occurrence of [tau], and for all i [member of] [k] we say that [??].
The new EU regulation on occurrence reporting in civil aviation is expected to be adopted before the end of the legislature.
Adistrictcourt judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that a series of Chinese drywall claims against Devon International amounts to a single occurrence according to state law, and therefore triggers only one insurance policy Devon had with Cincinnati Insurance Co.
History of episodes of ARI during last one month was enquired for calculating the occurrence of ARI among under five children.
Not long after the occurrence, he was quickly raced to an adjacent medical clinic where specialists announced him dead, a cop said.
Despite this, the Department of Agriculture, local officials and agricultural agencies of local government units assured the public that frost is only a limited occurrence and would not affect the supply and prices of vegetables.
The appellate division of the state Supreme Court found a state Supreme Court judge was right to deny American Home Assurance Co.'s claim asbestos exposure arising from spray-on fireproofing during the World Trade Center's construction constituted a "single occurrence."