Blanket Insurance

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Blanket Insurance

1. An insurance policy that covers two or more properties or the same property at two or more locations. For example, a blanket insurance policy may provide coverage for both a house and the furniture inside it. Alternatively, a policy may cover a person's furniture both at his/her house and in his/her storage unit in another town.

2. See: Blanket bond.
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Most clients have a blanket policy that allows them to take an average of the cost of the valuable bottles.
If insurers continue to simply rely on tight blanket policy restrictions and conservative pricing strategies to cushion the uncertainty, they are at serious risk of missing this rare market opportunity to secure high margins in a soft market.
It is not about having a blanket policy of breathalysing every person entering the bar or club, but it can be used where there are legitimate concerns that an individual or group are heavily intoxicated and posing a potential risk to themselves and others.
Crowds were only allowed to return if the Eberle Street club agreed to strict conditions, which included a blanket policy of making clubbers place their ID through scanning devices - intended to make sure they were over 18, but at the same time causing personal details to flash up on a screen at the entrance.
It's not a blanket policy for any law enforcement officials to go there [and be armed], but it's very significant," Cuellar said.
It's significantly more common to have them trying to find a balance rather than a blanket policy one way or the other.
It's a difficult situation and you have to take it case by case and we can't have a blanket policy.
State officials implemented a blanket policy without identifying a rational basis for confining asymptomatic individuals like Hickox, he said.
Now, Mr Campbell says his party must think carefully before adopting a blanket policy.
The attorney general's office countered that most states have rejected such a blanket policy and that employing it in New Hampshire would ''severely chill the hiring and movement of attorneys in this small state.
A business case will need to be drawn up, based on accounts from previous years as well as new considerations such as a large insurance bill, which is currently under the blanket policy of Wrexham CBC.
That guidance strongly advocated for an individualized assessment of criminal background information, rather than a blanket policy prohibiting hiring of individuals with felony convictions.