What is a Liability?

Liability

[lahy-uh-bil-i-tee]

noun

1.

Liability is the portion of your Policy that covers you in the event you are found to be responsible for injuries to other individuals or property. Typically, all property and casualty policies, whether home, auto, or other, have personal Liability written into them.

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