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Cross Liability Coverage

Cross-Liability Coverage

Definition

Coverage in connection with a suit brought against an insured by another party that has insured status under the same policy. Cross-liability coverage is provided as an intrinsic feature of the standard commercial general liability (CGL) policy, by means of the "separation of insureds" condition. Some umbrella and professional liability policies contain insured-versus-insured exclusions that eliminate cross-liability coverage.

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