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Insurance Coverage Limits

What Are Coverage Limits in Insurance?

Coverage limits, also known as insurance limits, are the maximum amounts the insurance company will pay for claims. Insurance coverage limits are always stated in your insurance policy.

Insurance coverage limits definition.

How Do Liability Coverage Limits Work?

When you file a claim, your insurance coverage limits come into play. These limits represent the maximum amount your insurance company will pay for a covered loss. 

It’s important to note that if the judgment and expenses exceed these limits, you will be responsible to pay the remaining amounts not covered by the policy.

This is why it’s important to carefully consider your coverage limits to avoid potential financial burdens.

Aggregate vs. Occurrence Limits

You may notice that some of your limits are “aggregate” while others are “each occurrence.”

An aggregate limit is the total amount your insurance carrier will pay for all claims made within the policy period, which is usually 12 months.

On the other hand, an each occurrence limit is the maximum your carrier will pay for all claims that come from a single incident.

What Are FLIP’s Coverage Limits?

FLIP’s general liability insurance coverage limits are: 

General Liability Aggregate Limit $2,000,000
Products-Completed Operations Aggregate Limit
Personal and Advertising Injury Limit
Each Occurrence Limit
Damage to Premises Rented to You

You may find that you need higher liability coverage limits (also known as “excess coverage” or “excess limits”) to protect your business financially or meet a venue’s requirements.

If you do, simply give us a call at 844.520.6992 and one of our licensed insurance agents will assist you.