Attorneys will often say there is no difference, when it comes to extending coverage for legal liability. However, depending the specific additional form used there might be substanial differences in the portion of the general liabilty policy that is extended to the named insured versus the additional insured. For instance, older additional insured forms (CG 2010 11/85) extended coverage to the additional insured for "Products/Completed Operations". New forms use wording such as "ongoing operations of the named insured" that limit coverage to the additional insured to the "Premise/Operations" portion of the CGL form. In addition, an additional insured generally has no right to: * Request policy endorsements or cancellation * Receive copies of the policy contract, other than the a/i form and a certificate of insurance The purpose of an additional insured is to protect the rights of another party that might become legally liable for the actions of the named insured. For instance, a landlord might become entangled in a lawsuit caused by the actions of his tenant. By naming the landlord as additional insured, the named insured extends coverage, especially defense costs, to the landlord. The tenant's insurance company would have to defend both the named insured and the additional insured. Additional insured's are a common and increasingly important part of liability insurance. It is important you make sure your agent is aware of the specific nature of the relationship you have with the additional insured, to ensure the proper additonal insured form is provided. I generally like to review my clients contracts - including leases - to make sure the policy and a/i form are compliant.
There is no difference.
who is the insured under a general liability policy
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The difference between employers liability and public liability are simple. Employer liability insurance covers only claims made by the employees against the company. Public liability covers claims against the company by the general public as well as third parties claims.
The main difference between limited liability partnership and general partnerships is limited liability. Partners of an general partnerships are liable for all debts accumulated. Partners of an limited liability partnership are enjoying limited personal liability protection. However many people may prefer to incorporate Limited Liability Company instead of an limited liability partnership.
General liability refers to products completion and labor, while cargo is specific to transportation, such as hauling equipment or goods. The cargo insurance would kick in if there was damage to the goods in transit. General liability would cover goods in your warehouse or on the docks.
Tortuous liability arises from a negligence of civil duty, patent, copyright infringement or defamation. The important difference between contracted liability and this, is that anyone can claim remedy not necessarily the contracting parties.
I think you might be confusing terms. Marine liability can be written to cover the liability from marine operations like operating cargo ships, etc. There is also hull liability (property for the marine vessels). General liability is a broader more expansive term and the policies can be written to include or exclude tons of different types of coverages, but you won't find liability coverage for marine vessels inside general liability insurance. Work with a broker to understand your risk and get the right insurance in place.
Commercial General Liability Additional Insured endorsement form.
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