Liability insurance is coverage held by a policy holder (or a defendant in the case of a personal injury, products liability, premises liability, or wrongful death lawsuit). Liability insurance is used to provide compensation to plaintiffs who have been injured as the result of the defendant’s intentional or unintentional wrongful act or negligence.« Back to Glossary Index
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