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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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Taking the maximum of occurrences generally runs the risk of underestimating the actual combined occurrence.
Although we conducted no soil tests, each of the 21 known occurrences is on or adjacent to a serpentine deposit according to geologic maps (Wiegers 2009, 2010) and/or geologist David Chipping (USFWS 2014).
The court next held that Delaware, like the majority of states, would adopt the "cause" test for determining whether there was a single or multiple occurrences.
The same approach is not necessarily taken when the question is whether there were multiple occurrences for purposes of the policy limitations.
Unlike traditional occurrence-reported forms that were first developed in Bermuda in the mid-1980s under Marsh s guidance, Marsh IO+ also includes features found in today s more widely-used occurrence forms, including separate aggregate and unaggregated auto liability limits, expanded pollution coverage, acceptance of standard umbrella submissions, and automatic extended reporting coverage.
The last similar occurrence happened on 19-12-1912.
This time, the carrier was correct that these were indeed two separate occurrences.
Until recently, cases involving multiple occurrences have been relatively rare.
In many cases, the details of ecologic parameters associated with occurrences of diseases or of species participating in disease transmission (e.
3) This is a pro-victim analysis that almost always leads to the conclusion that the loss in question constituted multiple occurrences if multiple parties were involved.
Geological mapping and drilling databases, which includes reef information from occurrences in South Africa, have been compiled from both companies to obtain a general understanding of the mineral elements.
In reaching its holding, the Florida Supreme Court in Koikos approved the liberal approach to determining causation and counting occurrences reflected in American Indem.