Aggregate Limit

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Aggregate Limit

The maximum amount that an insurance policy will provide over a given period of time or over the life of the policy. For example, if an insurance company has agreed to pay all of a person's medical bills up to $100,000 and the person incurs $135,000 in services, the policyholder must pay $35,000 out of pocket. Some supplemental insurance policies provide coverage over the aggregate limit. See also: Stop loss insurance.
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6, the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th District upheld a decision by the District Court for the District of Maryland that policies bought by Wallace & Gale after installations were complete do not subject the insurers to unlimited amounts of liability, but rather to the aggregate insurance limits defined by the contracts.
This decision makes clear that the aggregate insurance limits to claims under policies issued after a policyholder's operations are complete cannot be overridden simply because bodily injury began years earlier, when installation of asbestos was under way.

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