Liability Tort Claims
For a liability claim to arise, the insured must first commit an act in a negligent or otherwise tortious manner. The act can be as simple as running a red light in your car, stepping on your neighbor’s foot, digging a hole in the yard that the mail carrier falls in, or striking another player on the head with your back swing when you are playing golf.
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