Comprehensive Liability Insurance

Definition of "Comprehensive liability insurance"

Roger Kennard real estate agent

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Sonlight Realty

Policy providing businesses with coverage for negligence based civil liability in: (1) Bodily injury and property damage liability, on an occurrence basis, resulting from the ownership, use, and/or maintenance of the premises, completed operations and products. (2) Bodily injury and property damage liability for operation of an elevator. (3) Medical expenses resulting from bodily injury incurred by a member of the general public through the use of the premises or involvement in the operations. Medical expense reimbursement of the business is without regard to fault of the business.

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