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 What is General damages liability?

Answer Damages are monetary sums awarded for injury, loss suffered, and/or damage to the claimant. They are usually 'restitutio in integrum' (compensatory in nature). The focus is on compensating the vict... Read More »
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When a General Contractors General Liability Insurance is up for renewal is there a grace period after the date of experation that the General Contractor is still covered under to decide to renew?

No. If you elect to renew coverage two days after expiration, some companies may agree to make coverage continuous (for licensing/contract requirements) but they will likely require you to sign a N... Read More »
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Did commercial general liability insurance replace comprehensive general liability insurance?

There is no such thing as a "comprehensive" general liability policy. It is "commercial" to differentiate it from personal-lines coverage. It is commercial general liability policy, or CGL; a gener... 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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Should you hire a general contractor to remodel your house if he does not carry general liability insurance?

Answer No, you should not hire an uninsured contractor to do anything at all, remodel or otherwise, unless you are willing to fully accept and cover the costs of a loss if anything goes wrong.
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