|| n. a person who calculates risks for insurance companies
|| n. a person who calculates the value of something [eg: a building, car etc]
|| n. an application for payment under an insurance policy – to make a claim v.
|| n. [of an insurance policy] all-inclusive; providing complete protection
|| consequential loss
|| n. a loss that happens as a consequence of or as a result of another
|| n. the protection given by an insurance policy [eg: public liability cover]
|| employer’s liability
|| n. liability or responsibility of a firm for damage caused to one of its employees
|| goods in transit
|| n. property, merchandise or any goods in the process of being transported
|| insurance broker
|| n. agent who arranges insurance; middleman between insurer & policyholder
|| n. 1 the state of being liable 2 anything for which a person is liable
|| adj. legally obliged to pay for damage, injury etc; responsible – liability n.
|| n. death, injury, damage etc that is the basis for a claim – to lose v.
|| loss adjuster
|| n. a person who assesses the amount of compensation arising from a claim
|| n. a contract of insurance [eg: a product liability policy]
|| n. the person to whom an insurance policy is issued
|| n. a payment, usually monthly, yearly etc, for an insurance policy
|| product liability
|| n. liability or responsibility of a firm for damage caused by one of its products
|| public liability
|| n. responsibility of a firm for damage caused to a member of the public
|| n. the insuring of a risk by one insurance company with another – to reinsure v.
|| n. 1 chance or possibility of injury, loss etc 2 person or thing causing risk