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 What does uncapped liability mean?

Answer A limitation (a cap) of liability clause is a contractual provision that restricts the amount of damages a client can recover from a company. Uncapped liability is a liability without a limit.
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How fast is Comcast uncapped?

As of July 2010, the fastest uncapped Comcast Internet plan is called Extreme and boasts download speeds of up to 50 Mbps. There are three other tiers offered with 12, 16 and 22 Mbps download speed... Read More »
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Does garage keepers liability fall under the broader category of Commercial Liability?

Yes, garagekeeprs is part of the typical commercial insurance policy package, along with business auto general liability and property coverage, among others. Garagekeeps covers the commercial expos... Read More »
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What is the average cost for general liability and automobile liability insurance for a mass transit company?

Answer There are too many variables, you will need to contact an agent or agents and get quotes.
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What type of liability should a game shop have Unlimited or limited liability?

Get what you can afford. If it is limited, talk to the agent about what would be considered a safe amount.
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