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Insured

The property or persons covered by an insurance policy.

Insured

Describing a person or organization with an insurance policy of any kind.
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Before entering into your next agreement, consider the following myths about additional insured coverage and best practices tips:
In contrast, other jurisdictions have applied the rule even where the policy contains a clause limiting coverage to injuries which disable the insured within a specific number of days from the accident.
But, one of the critical issues underlying this question is the risk of diluting your camp's liability insurance limits when many organizations are included as Additional Insureds.
There is also an annual, indirect gift from the insured to the policy owner as long as the arrangement is in effect.
Additional insureds may have to look elsewhere for coverage.
This raises the prospect that the Treasury Secretary might make an unreasonable determination at the expense of an isolated group of insureds.
101, 7702 and 7702A would have excluded "qualified accelerated death benefits" paid to a terminally ill insured.
The named insured has a special status and certain obligations.
and Bovis Lend Lease (noting that courts in the 2nd Circuit have applied the common interest rule to allow an insurer aligned in interest with the insured to have access to privileged communications between the insured and its counsel, without breach of the privilege).
This expertise, combined with AITE's experience with Year 2000 remediation applications will provide National Union insureds with access to a comprehensive package of Year 2000 risk mitigation services.
While the insured suffered from fatigue, lack of concentration, changes in mood, anxiety and depression, the depression and anxiety associated with fibromyalgia are believed to be symptoms of this muscular disease, rather than causes of it.
The significant differences are most insureds have already done that for the operating of their business; if they also were to layer on top of that the amount they would need to pre-pay their insurance on time, it would impact their borrowing capacity and their ability to do business.