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CGL Master Class - Policy Limits and Selected Endorsements

CGL Master Class - Policy Limits and Selected Endorsements

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In this final session of our CGL Master Class, we will look at how the limits on the CGL policy get used. It may seem straightforward, but when you consider that there are six limits and a loss might touch three of them at once, it begins to get a little complicated. After that, we'll deal with several endorsements that you need to be introduced to because one of your clients might come to you with them on their policy. You need to know how they change the policy and if you need to try and get the endorsement removed.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Patrick WraightPatrick Wraight

How's your commercial liability expertise? If you're not the expert that you want to be, this series is designed to help you. Over seven sessions, we will walk through many commercial general liability concepts, including:

  • What liability exposures does a business face?
  • Who is an insured and why do you care?
  • Who can be added as an additional insured, and why would they want to be?
  • What losses are covered by Coverage A?
  • What losses are covered by Coverage B?

In this seventh and final session of the CGL Master Class, we discuss the limits on the CGL policy. Then we take on several endorsements that make important changes to the CGL policy.

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