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Claims Made Multiplier

Claims-Made Multiplier

Definition

A factor applied to rates used for a claims-made commercial general liability (CGL) policy, depending on how long an insured has been in a claims-made program. The insured receives a larger credit its 1st year in a claims-made program, and the credit is reduced in each subsequent year (unless the retroactive date is advanced). The credit virtually disappears in the 5th claims-made year.

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