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 What is aggregate insurance?

Answer In the insurance industry, the term "aggregate" or "aggregate limit" refers to the maximum amount that a certain policy will pay out during a specified period. Insurance policies with aggregate lim... Read More »
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What is commercial general aggregate insurance?

There are two limits of commercial liability insurance that you need to consider when purchasing a policy. The first is what the policy will pay max for one loss during the policy term. This is cal... Read More »
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What does general aggrEGATE insurance cover?

Aggregate = per year, which generally is the policy period.
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Aggregate Insurance Policies?

Aggregate insurance policies are most often included in liability policies, and can be spread across many different types of insurance. They are designed to provide a limitation of coverage provide... Read More »
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If no aggregate amount is stated on an umbrella policy of years ago is there one Policy states 5mill per occurrence nothing else company says aggregate is 5 mill I cant agree Any recourse?

file with your insurance company and they will deal with your neighbors insurance policy.
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