May 21, 2014 | By Navigator |
An insurance coverage limit is selected by you at the time you purchase a policy. It describes the maximum an insurance company will pay for damages or injuries that apply to a specific coverage. Most states have laws that specify the minimum limit that must be purchased for each required insurance coverage.
Liability coverage limits can be described as a combined single limit (CSL) or as a split limit.
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