Auto Liability definition

Auto Liability. $2 million per Occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos including owned, leased, & hired. WorkersCompensation Statutory Benefits: Statutory Benefits; $1 million Employer’s Liability Other Amusement Services (including caricaturists, henna tattoos, etc.) Commercial General Liability: $1 million per Occurrence with Trinity University endorsed as an Additional Insured. Auto Liability: Private passenger vehicle parking on campus: $100,000/Person, $300,000/Occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos including owned, leased, & hired.
Auto Liability. $1 million per Occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos including owned, leased, & hired. WorkersCompensation Statutory Benefits: Statutory Benefits; $1 million Employer’s Liability Network Security and Privacy Liability: Recommended if provider’s computer or printing systems or sales transactions use an institution owned phone switch, backbone, LAN or WAN. Include protection for individuals whose records are shared with provider. (Identity theft) $3 Mil per occurrence/aggregate (Small Companies, under $250 Mil in revenue) $5 Mil per occurrence/aggregate (Mid-Size Companies, between $250 Mil and $1 Billion in revenue) $10 Mil per occurrence/aggregate (Large Companies, over $1 Billion in revenue) Outdoor Adventure Outfitters Licensee Initials Commercial General Liability: $2 million per Occurrence with Trinity University endorsed as an Additional Insured. Auto Liability: $5 million per Occurrence, Combined Single Limit with Trinity University endorsed as an Additional Insured recommended if outfitter provides transportation.
Auto Liability. $1 million per occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos W orkers’ Compensation: Statutory Benefits; $1 million Employer’s Liability, $1 million Occupational Disease Environmental Pollution Liability (if applicable): $5 million per occurrence with Trinity University endorsed as an Additional Insured.

Examples of Auto Liability in a sentence

  • Auto Liability: ISO Form Number CA 00 01 covering any auto (Code 1), or if Contractor has no owned autos, hired, (Code 8) and non-owned autos (Code 9), with limits no less than $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury and property damage.

  • The Business Auto Liability coverage shall be written on ISO form CA 00 01, CA 00 05, CA 0012, CA 00 20, or a substitute form providing coverage at least as broad.

  • In the event the Vendor/Contractor does not own automobiles the Vendor/Contractor shall maintain coverage for hired and non-owned auto liability, which may be satisfied by way of endorsement to the Commercial General Liability policy or separate Business Auto Liability policy.

  • There is no minimum Per Occurrence limit of liability under the Umbrella or Excess Liability; however, the Annual Aggregate limit shall not be less than the highest “Each Occurrence” limit for the Commercial General Liability and Business Auto Liability.

  • Commercial General Liability and Business Auto Liability will be endorsed to provide primary and non-contributory coverage.


More Definitions of Auto Liability

Auto Liability. $1 million per occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos Employee Dishonesty/Crime: $1 million per claim W orkers’ Compensation Statutory Benefits: $1 million Employer’s Liability $1 million Occupational Disease Use of Drones
Auto Liability. $1 million per occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos
Auto Liability. $1 million per occurrence, Combined Single Limit for Any Autos Employee Dishonesty/Crime: $1 million per claim