Annual Aggregate Limit

Definition of "Annual aggregate limit"

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Pre-determined dollar amount up to which an insurance policy will cover an insured each year, regardless of the number of claims submitted or defense costs associated with these claims. For example, if the policy limit was established at $1,000,000, the insurance company would pay only up to $1,000,000 regardless of the number of claims during a particular year.

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