Commercial General Liability

Overview

Commercial general liability, or CGL, insurance policies protect businesses from financial loss. Understanding the circumstances in which a company could be liable, and how the CGL policy extends or excludes coverage, allows you to pinpoint your clients’ unique needs and protect them from their business exposures.  

The purchase of this EXCEED series on CGL insurance will give you unlimited access for one year to all 19 episodes. The episodes will guide you through the basic coverages, exclusions, and endorsements of commercial general liability insurance. This interactive series will help you recall information about CGL insurance and touch on areas you may be less familiar with, helping you become an expert your clients trust for their commercial general liability needs.

Learning Objectives

Students who successfully complete this series will be able to:

  • recognize why a company needs commercial liability coverage and the types of exposures it covers
  • understand who can be insured under a commercial general liability insurance policy
  • apply to specific situations the coverage provided under a standard CGL policy’s insuring agreements, exclusions, and endorsements 

Designed For

This series focuses on the application of the basic principles and concepts of commercial general liability insurance coverages. It is designed for insurance producers, agents, and CSRs looking to strengthen  their knowledge.
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