A risk of loss so closely tied to an insured's way of doing business that
it is considered not to be an appropriate subject of insurance coverage; such
risks are typically addressed as overhead (i.e., the cost of the loss is included
in the price of the business's products or services) or as a subject for loss
control. The cost of replacing a defective product or redoing defective work
is a classic "business risk" and therefore is excluded from most liability policies.