Liability Claim definition

Liability Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 7.2(a).
Liability Claim means any legal or extralegal action by a third party asserting a right to compensation
Liability Claim means any legal or extralegal action by a third party asserting a right to compensation for a wrong done to it by a small business with an independent liability fund.

Examples of Liability Claim in a sentence

  • A Claims Notice must describe the Liability Claim in reasonable detail and must indicate the amount (estimated, if necessary and to the extent feasible) of the Loss that has been or may be suffered by the Indemnified Party.

  • This hold harmless and indemnification provisions in this Section 9 shall apply regardless of whether or not any insurance policies are determined to be applicable to the Liability, Claim, tax, assessment, penalty or interest asserted against City.

  • The Insurer shall have the right to appoint counsel and to make such investigation and defense of a Liability Claim as it deems necessary.

  • Liability Claim (pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.95) a.

  • No coverage is provided for fees and expenses incurred prior to the time such notice results in a Liability Claim.


More Definitions of Liability Claim

Liability Claim means any claim covered under the Liability Coverage Part.
Liability Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 7.6.
Liability Claim means any Claim against Operator or Company, except Claims made by employees under any workers compensation Law or those fully covered by insurance.
Liability Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 8.2(b) hereof.
Liability Claim means a claim submitted by non-insureds for property damage or injury arising from the insured’s ownership or use of the insured’s property.
Liability Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 6.2;
Liability Claim means a claim, lawsuit or cause of action based upon treatment or lack of treatment within the United States of America, its territories or possessions, or Canada that departs from accepted standards of medical or dental care which proximately results in injury to or death of a patient, whether the claim or cause of action sounds in tort or contract, subject to the exclusions described in Article V, Section 4, below. This definition shall extend to anywhere in the world for full-time or part-time faculty of a medical or dental school or hospital of the System Plan Participants after compliance with conditions for participation set by the Administrator and the Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs or a delegate.