Split Limits Coverage

Definition of "Split limits coverage"

Julie  Zappone, Broker real estate agent
Julie Zappone, Broker, Real Estate Agent REMAX Northwest Realtors

Technique for expressing limits of liability coverage under a particular insurance policy, stating separate limits for different types of claims growing out of a single event or combination of events. Coverage may be split (limited) per person, per occurrence, between bodily injury and property damage, or in other ways. Property damage liability is listed with a limit per accident. For example, a policy with split limits quoted as $100,000/$300,000/ $25,000 would provide a maximum of $100,000 bodily injury coverage per person, $300,000 total bodily injury coverage per accident, and $25,000 total property damage liability coverage per accident.


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