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Keith Wilts, CPCU, CIC,
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The individuals and entities who are afforded protection under a commercial liability policy are to be divided into three general groups: Insured, Additional Insured, or Named Insureds.
The decision of whom to name on the policies declaration page is one of the most significant factors that determines the extent of protection for each insured.
- Discover how factors such as ownership (sole proprietorship, limited liability company, trust, corporation, partnership, etc.), products sold or work performed (service, retail, manufacturing clients), and even an insured’s business, growth and perpetuation plans can influence the named insured description.
- Examine coverage for a Named Insured vs. protection for others named as insureds within Commercial Liability policies.
- Discover potential gaps in coverage because of a contractual commitment.
- Analyze "automatic insureds . . . and much more!