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What is aggregate insurance?


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An aggregate limit is a maximum amount an insurer will reimburse a policyholder for all covered losses during a set time period, usually one year. Insurance policies typically set caps on both individual claims and the aggregate of claims.

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An aggregate limit is a maximum amount an insurer will reimburse a policyholder for all covered losses during a set time period, usually one year. Insurance policies typically set caps on both individual claims and the aggregate of claims.

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The general aggregate limit liability refers to the most money that an insurer can be obligated to pay to an insured party during a specified period. The contracts

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