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Which of the following business liability exposures are either excluded altogether from the CGL or covered only in certain circumstances? Select all that apply.



A. Premises and operations
B. Indirect/contingent liability
C. Pollution
D. Work-related injuries to employees
Asked by Lewis, Last updated: Feb 17, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Pollution-2. work-related injuries to employees-businesses face a number of liability exposures, including work-related injuries to employees; pollution; contractual agreements in which the insured assumes liability; and ownership, maintenance, or use of autos, watercraft, and aircraft. however, because of the unique nature of these liability exposures, they are either excluded outright from the cgl policy or may be covered only in certain circumstances or for limited amounts. more complete protection for these liability exposures is available under contracts specifically designed to cover them.
 

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