Insurance Term:

General Aggregate Limit

General Aggregate Limit

A general aggregate limit is the maximum amount of coverage an insurer will pay during a period of time, typically annually. Once the limit is reached, the insurer will stop paying claims. This is typically part of commercial general liability and professional general liability insurance policies.

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