In my latest Daily Journal of Commerce Construction column, I discuss insurance jargon in contracts and use Commercial General Liability or “CGL” policies as an example. The terms “bodily injury,” “personal or advertising injury,” and “property damage” all have specific meanings in CGL policies. Since this language is not always intuitive, it is best to have a firm understanding of the policy before moving forward.
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"Don’t Neglect to Understand Insurance Jargon" was originally published April 16, 2014 by the Daily Journal of Commerce.