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Georgia State Code
Title      33
Chapter       7  
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Title 33, Chapter 7, Section 3 (33-7-3)

Casualty insurance includes vehicle insurance as defined in Code Section 33-7-9 and accident and sickness insurance as defined in Code Section 33-7-2 and in addition includes:

(1) Liability insurance, which is insurance against legal liability for the death, injury, or disability of any human being, or for damage to property, and which provides medical, hospital, surgical, and disability benefits to injured persons and funeral and death benefits to dependents, beneficiaries, or personal representatives of persons killed, irrespective of legal liability of the insured, when issued as an incidental coverage with or supplemental to liability insurance;

(2) Workers' compensation and employers' liability insurance, which is insurance of the obligations accepted by, imposed upon, or assumed by employers for death, disablement, or injury of employees;

(3) Burglary and theft insurance, which is insurance against loss or damage by burglary, theft, larceny, robbery, forgery, fraud, vandalism, malicious mischief, confiscation, wrongful conversion, disposal, concealment, mysterious disappearance, destruction of money or securities, or from any attempt at any of the foregoing, including supplemental coverages for medical, hospital, surgical, and funeral expenses incurred by the named insured or other person as a result of bodily injury during the commission of a burglary, robbery, or theft by another; also insurance against loss of or damage to moneys, coins, bullion, securities, notes, drafts, acceptances, or any other valuable papers and documents resulting from any cause;

(4) Personal property floater insurance, which is insurance upon personal effects against loss or damage from any cause;

(5) Glass insurance, which is insurance against loss or damage to glass, including its lettering, ornamentation, and fittings;

(6) Boiler and machinery insurance, which is insurance against any liability and loss or damage to property or interest resulting from accidents to or explosion of boilers, pipes, pressure containers, machinery, or apparatus, and inspection of, and issuing certificates of inspection upon, boilers, machinery, and apparatus of any kind, whether or not insured;

(7) Leakage and fire extinguishing equipment insurance, which is insurance against loss or damage to any property or interest caused by the breakage or leakage of sprinklers, hoses, pumps and other fire extinguishing equipment or apparatus, water pipes and containers, or by water entering through leaks or openings in buildings, and insurance against loss or damage to such sprinklers, hoses, pumps, and other fire extinguishing equipment or apparatus;

(8) Malpractice insurance, which is insurance against legal liability of the insured and against loss, damage, or expense incidental to a claim of such liability, including medical, hospital, surgical, and funeral benefits to injured persons, irrespective of legal liability of the insured, arising out of the death, injury, or disablement of any person, or arising out of damage to the economic interest of any person as the result of negligence in rendering expert, fiduciary, or professional services;

(9) Entertainments insurance, which is insurance indemnifying the producer of any motion picture, television, radio, theatrical, sport, spectacle, entertainment, or similar production, event, or exhibition against loss from interruption, postponement, or cancellation of such event or exhibition due to death, accidental injury, or sickness of performers, participants, directors, or other principals; and

(10) Miscellaneous insurance, which is insurance against any other kind of loss, damage, or liability properly a subject of insurance and not within any other kind of insurance as defined in this title, if the insurance is not disapproved by the Commissioner as being contrary to law or public policy.

Saturday May 23 18:32 EDT


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