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liability insurance

noun
1.
insurance covering the insured against losses arising from injury or damage to another person or property.
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  • There is liability insurance for this type of business.
  • liability insurance should go down with a safer system.
  • Additionally personal and corporate liability insurance should be voided in situations where malicious behavior is discovered.
  • Costs for liability insurance are higher than costs for many procedures.
  • As you probably know, it is impossible for reactors to obtain liability insurance against reactor incidents on the private market.
  • Moreover, corporations are also paying far more for general-liability insurance these days.
  • Worlds might collide here, were they not held carefully apart by liability insurance and tall fences.
  • Most folks who practice something under a license would carry professional liability insurance.
  • Most people on the receiving end have public liability insurance.
  • We can even include it as part of a general liability insurance for all social costs you may incur.

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