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Who is an Insured on the CGL and Why Do You Care?

Who is an Insured on the CGL and Why Do You Care?

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Is the new employee that decided to take a swing at a customer an insured on the company's CGL policy?

Is there coverage if an employee takes action to protect property and injures someone in the process?

Join us as we explore who is an insured on a CGL policy.


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

Sure. You know that the name on the policy is an insurance, but who else is an insured? Are employees? How do you know? Should employees be insured on the CGL policy? Who is an insured is among the most important questions that needs to be answered and understood. It's the difference between a loss covered by the policy, or a loss that gets to be self-insured.

Join Academy Director, Patrick Wraight as he explores this concept with practical examples mixed with the language from a CGL policy. When it's over you will be able to:

  • Find the Who is an Insured provision in a CGL policy.
  • Determine that an individual is or is not an insured.
  • Apply the Who is an Insured to a loss situation.
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