Commercial Blanket Bond

Definition of "Commercial blanket bond"

Coverage of the employer for all employees on a blanket basis, with the maximum limit of coverage applied to any one loss without regard for the number of employees involved. Both commercial and position blanket bonds work the same way if only one employee causes the loss, or if the guilty employee (s) cannot be identified. For example, five identifiable employees as a team steal $50,000. A $10,000 blanket position bond would cover the loss in full. A $50,000 commercial blanket bond would be required to repay the insured business for the same loss.

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