Wrongful Termination Claim


Definition of "Wrongful termination claim"

Under a general liability policy, a claim by an employer arising when an employee terminated by a supervisor without authority or just cause brings suit against the employer. Such a claim is covered under most general liability policies provided that the following elements are in evidence: the insurance policy is in force on the date of loss; there has been no willful misinterpretation of any material facts; the POLICYHOLDER did not have a willful (preconceived) intent to harm or injure the employee who was terminated.

 

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