Business Auto Policies--Part 2. (Risk Primer).The business auto policy, when written to cover "Any Auto" for liability coverage, will afford the named insured broad protection with respect to the use of any auto, including those owned, hired, and non-owned. This issue, we will continue to look at some of the areas where the policy may fall short of coverage expectations when it comes to the use of various autos by employees.
Since the business auto policy does not insure Insure can mean:
See also: Errand , the employee will have no coverage under the employer's business auto policy. The only protection available will be that provided under the neighbor's personal auto policy and, if the limits under that policy are inadequate, the employee will be uninsured for the remainder of any judgment. In order to protect the employee under such circumstances CIRCUMSTANCES, evidence. The particulars which accompany a fact.
2. The facts proved are either possible or impossible, ordinary and probable, or extraordinary and improbable, recent or ancient; they may have happened near us, or afar off; they are public or , ISO's "Driver Other Car Coverage--Broadened Coverage for Named Individuals" (CA 99 10) is available.
The business auto policy's "who is an insured" provision is broad enough to cover employees when they use an auto hired by the named insured. Consequently, most employers instruct in·struct
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v. their employees to rent vehicles in the name of the company. But many rental car agencies will only rent vehicles in the individual employee's name, rather than the corporate name. While the employer will still be protected for liability claims under such circumstances, the employee who rents a car in his or her own name may not be covered under the employer's business auto policy.
ISO's "Employee Hired Autos" (CA 20 54) addresses this situation. The endorsement amends AMENDS. A satisfaction, given by a wrong doer to the party injured for a wrong committed. 1 Lilly's Reg. 81.
2. By statute 24 Geo. II. c. 44, in England, and by similar statutes in some of the United States, justices of the peace, upon being notified of an the business auto policy's "who is an insured" provision to include an employee of the named insured while operating an auto hired or rented under a contract or agreement in that employee's name with the named insured's permission, while performing duties related to the conduct of the named insured's business. The endorsement also provides some additional protection for firms that purchase hired auto physical damage.
If hired auto physical damage coverage is purchased under the business auto policy (by specifying Symbol 8 for comprehensive and collision coverages) such coverage will only apply to autos leased, hired rented, or borrowed by the named insured (with some limitations). The employee hired autos addresses this situation as well. This endorsement amends the policy to indicate that any covered auto hired, or rented by the named insured's employee under a contract in that individual employee's name, with the named insured's permission, and while performing duties related to the conduct of the named insured's business, shall be deemed a covered auto owned by the named insured and, as such, granted primary physical damage coverage. According to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. ISO's commercial lines manual, no charge is made for this endorsement.
The business auto policy is subject to a fellow employee claim exclusion that precludes coverage for bodily injury to any fellow employee arising out of the fellow employee's employment. Although the intent of the exclusion is to prevent the auto policy from responding to a claim typically insured under a workers' comp comp
See comparison. policy, there are several states in which employees are permitted to bring an action against a negligent negligent adj., adv. careless in not fulfilling responsibility. (See: negligence) fellow employee. ISO's "Fellow Employee Coverage" (CA 20 25) deletes the fellow employee exclusion in its entirety The whole, in contradistinction to a moiety or part only. When land is conveyed to Husband and Wife, they do not take by moieties, but both are seised of the entirety. while ISO's "Fellow Employee Coverage for Designated Employees/Positions" (CA 20 56) deletes the exclusion for specified individuals or positions. This latter endorsement is frequently used since it can schedule executive officers to track more closely with the commercial general liability policy that provides fellow employee coverage with respect to executive officers.
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