When the policy documents contain a list of forms an endorsement may apply to, what does that mean in terms of coverages available?
January 16, 2023 at 06:58 AM
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I was recently contacted by an insured who experienced a substantial fire to their party rental business. They do not own the building and the coverage that they have in force is a Commercial General Liability policy from State National Insurance Company, Inc. The policy forms reference ISO Properties, Inc., 2007.
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