An insurer may try to deny coverage if it can establish that the league or team knew about the player's alleged injuries before the policy period
National Union argued that VHT's claim against Zillow was not covered by the policy because it began before the policy period
and was not reported within 45 days.
An insurer contracts to pay the entire cost of defending a claim which has arisen within the policy period
The CM&R policy form, like the CM form, requires that a claim first be made against you during the policy period
Parties that know of contamination may obtain coverage from third-party claims arising from that contamination, but parties that don't know of contamination may obtain third-party claims coverage and remediation coverage -- coverage for the remediation of the discovered contamination regardless of a third-party claim -- if that contamination is discovered during the policy period
We find that forecast accuracy in the near term (a one-quarter forecast horizon) is better across the whole spectrum of the term structure in the unconventional policy period
The insured should try to amend policy language stating that immediate or prompt notice of a claim during the policy period
must be provided.
economy and breathing room in family budgets becoming scarcer, some drivers might be considering the option of forgoing auto insurance coverage once their current policy periods
One of the factors used by insureds and courts to counter this latter argument was the provision in the policy extending coverage for losses occurring during the a prior policy period
, but discovered during the current policy, in certain circumstances--the so-called "loss sustained during prior insurance" clause.
We will pay only for loss or damage you sustain through acts committed or events occurring during the policy period
The BAP covers such autos automatically under symbol 1 for the remainder of the policy period
The basic extended reporting period is provided at no charge and allows coverage to extend five years for claims reported to the insurer during the policy period
or 60 days after the expiration; the extended reporting period lasts 60 days for occurrences not previously reported to the insurer.
Almost every professional liability insurance policy is a "claims made" policy, which typically provides coverage only for claims first made against the insured and reported to the carrier in writing during the policy period
MEP had a "claims made" professional liability insurance policy with Intermed that provided coverage for "claims made" during the policy period
of January 1, 2002, through January 1, 2004.
Coverage is limited to claims that are first made against you and reported in writing to us during the policy period
, according to the terms of the policy.