The retroactive date sets how long before the inception of the policy that you are covered for negligent acts, error or omissions that you report during that policy. A retroactive date can match the policy inception date so that no prior acts are covered.
From the date of the retro period would be the continuous period before the retro date during which the coverage is applicable
There is no insurance of that type. An insurance company would never issue a policy covering possible previous damage in regards to any type of property.
Automobile Liability insurance, YES. Liability insurance, NO. There are many kinds of liability insurance.
Unfortunately if you do not have comprehensive insurance on your vehicle, there is no way to get it retroactive, or after you get in an accident. If it was the other driver's fault then their insurance should pay for your repairs.
A date that a claim can be made.
Attorneys use Professional Liability Insurance. Often referred to as Legal Liability Insurance
Limited liability insurance can be purchased from many insurance companies. An explanation of limited liability insurance can be explained by a qualified insurance agent.
If you have liability for an accident, you will need to contact your insurance company. If you do not have liability insurance, you may need to pay for the accident out of pocket.
No. there is no such thing as a retroactive homeowners insurance policy.
definition of comprehensive & liability insurance
Liability insurance for what? Insufficient information to answer.
No, Insurance Company cannot increase premiums retroactive. It has to declare before hand from which date the increased rate of premium would be operational.