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5 Reasons "Your Work" Isn't Covered

5 Reasons "Your Work" Isn't Covered

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The exclusions on the CGL coverage form can be confusing, especially when you consider that sometimes it looks like there are exclusions for things that should be covered. Join us as Academy Director Patrick Wraight makes sense out of several exclusions that apply to the work that your clients are doing and the products that they are selling.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
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Instructor Patrick WraightPatrick Wraight

The CGL policy provides coverage for third-party claims. But what happens if the named insured’s work, product, or property are damaged? These five exclusions speak specifically to the work, product, and property of the named insured and how coverage applies when these exclusions might apply, including coverage for property that isn’t damaged, but can’t be used.

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