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What does the term personal Injury usually mean under liability insurance policies?



A. Injury for such things as libel, slander, false arrest, or invasion of privacy
B. Only bodily injuries that are suffered by individuals
C. Any form of injury that affects a person, including bodily injury, property damage, financial injury, and damage to one s reputation
D. Injuries suffered by named insureds or family members who are insured under personal lines policies

This question is part of Practise Exam 1
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Dec 19, 2019

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 26, 2017

Injury for such things as libel, slander, false arrest, or invasion of privacy

Some policies cover an insureds exposure for personal injury, which means liability for such things as slander, libel, false arrest, and invasion of privacy. In the insurance business bodily injury and personal injury have different meanings and are not used interchangeably. The term bodily injury is limited to physical injury.
 

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