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OVERVIEW AND TOPICS
Learn all there is to know about the CGL policy and gain confidence with business casualty exposures and coverages. This course helps you converse effectively and confidently with your commercial customers about commercial casualty exposures and coverages. The Commercial General Liability Coverage Form, the central liability protection policy for practically every business, is examined in detail. In addition, the course reviews the additional insured issues an insured may face and the endorsements that can be used to address them.
Essentials of Legal Liability
Legal principles that establish obligations of parties for torts, principles of contractual and statutory liability, and how damages are assessed for responsible parties.
Commercial General Liability
Structure of the Commercial General Liability coverage, the insuring agreement, who is insured, and exclusions work.
Additional Insureds and the CGL Policy
Contractual requirements impacting the CGL policy as well as various editions of commonly used additional insured endorsements.