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 What does Additional insured mean with regard to general liablity?

Answer You are the insured. Your landlord or partner or banker may be the additional insured. They have a financial interest in or liability at stake with whatever it is you are insuring. It does not cost... Read More »
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What is the difference between a named insured and an additional insured on a general liability policy?

Attorneys will often say there is no difference, when it comes to extending coverage for legal liability. However, depending the specific additional form used there might be substanial differences ... Read More »
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What does"additional insured"mean?

The term "additional insured" refers to a person who qualifies as "insured" under the terms of a policy even though not named as insured. Additional insured includes a party other than the person i... Read More »
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What is additional insured insurance?

An additional insured is a party that is added to an insurance policy and provided benefits as if directly insured by the policy. Additional insureds are generally added as a requirement in a busi... Read More »
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Does a contractor need to be on the subcontractors policy as additional insured?

Yes you should be. Not all general liability forms automatically add additional insureds so you need to check with your subcontractors policy. There is a web site that I have found where artisan co... Read More »
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