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The insured had performed a fireworks display at the very same location where the shell was found four days earlier.
Worldwide, catastrophe activity was higher than the last three years, with 314 events causing nearly $38 billion in insured loss, compared with 222 events producing $20 billion in insured losses in 2009.
Bill Sweet, Sr., owner and founder of Get Insured CT, said, "It is my desire to continually provide first-class customer service to our clients in Connecticut.
limited liability company, you are an insured. Your members are also insureds, but only with respect to the conduct of your business.
Non-owned autos--Autos that the named insured does not own, lease, hire, rent, or borrow that are used in connection with the named insured's business
repair, or replacement, to put the insured back into the same financial position he or she was in before a loss occurred.
Fitch views the liquidity as sufficient to keep debt service current on the insured notes in all cases until either (i) resumption of debt service on the debenture by the borrower or (ii) full repayment of the insured notes under a claim to SERV.
It must always kept in mind that the Replacement Clause of the Fire Insurance Policy would entertain the Replacement of the same kind or Type and Capacity of Machinery/Property as was Insured when the same was a new.
Answer: You are correct that she is not an insured by definition.
For example, a 2014 Porsche 911 Carrera 4's average insured value sits at Dh215,000 ($58,520).
The insured is to call the carrier immediately after calling the police.
Each general liability insurance policy Declarations Page has a space designated for the Named Insured. The Named Insured is a person or legal entity such as a corporation or limited liability company who enters into the insurance contract with the insurance company.