An individual or entity who has an insurable interest in the insured property.
(Assuré supplémentaire) Some forms of policies cover not only the named insured but certain others. Most Automobile policies, for example, insure a specific individual as an insured, but also insure anyone driving with that insured's consent. The Additional Insured may be "named" or "unnamed."
an assured party specifically named under an insurance policy Adhesion, Contract of: A contract that is drafted by one party and accepted or rejected by the other, with no opportunity to bargain with respect to its terms.
One who qualifies as ``insured' under the terms of a policy even though not named as insured. Officers of a corporation may be included as insureds under the terms of a policy written in the name of the corporation.
An individual or organization covered by an insurance policy other than the named insured in the policy declarations. In an automobile policy, anyone who drives the car with the owner's consent is an additional insured; although, in most cases, the additional insured must be named in the policy.
An individual or organization listed as covered by a primary insurance agreement.
The lessor is named on the insurance policy as an additional insured when the lessee provides insurance.
In property and liability insurance, another person, firm or other entity enjoying the same protection as the named insured.
an entity other than the named insured (State of Connecticut) who is protected under the terms of the insurance policy
an entity that, as the named insured and owner of the policy, you either desire or are required to extend a certain degree of protection under your liability policy for
an entity to which a policy's coverage is extended
a person who has a connection to your equestrian activities and therefore wants coverage under your policy in the event they are sued due to your actions
Someone other than the primary insured, who will benefit from an insurance policy.
In auto insurance, a person (other than the Named Insured) or organization protected by the policy through endorsement. This is typically (on an auto policy) an auto leasing company or may be an employer such as a real estate agency.
person or company other than the named insured protected under the terms of the contract of insurance. This is not a second or third driver. It is almost always a company such as a leasing company. For example, you lease the car from Ford. Ford Leasing Company is the Additional Insured.
A person or entity other than the named insured, who is protected by the policy, often in regard to a specific interest.
An individual or company, in addition to the insured, who is listed in the Declarations. An example is a mortgage company that has an insurable interest in the property insured.
One who qualifies as an insured under the terms of the policy but does not have his or her name on the policy. Corporations and businesses utilize this in order to protect their interests in the event of a lawsuit as a result of an accident involving one of their employees.
An assured party specifically named under an insurance policy that is not automatically included as an insured under the policy of another, but for whom the named insured's policy provides a certain degree of protection. An endorsement is typically required to effect additional insured status. The named insured's impetus for providing additional insured status to others may be a desire to protect the other party because of a close relationship with that party (e.g., employees or members of an insured club) or to comply with a contractual agreement requiring the named insured to do so (e.g., customers or owners of property leased by the named insured).
This is an individual, company or some other entity that is not considered the insured as definded under the insurance policy of another, but may be added to that policy by endorsement to aford a degree of insurance protection.
An entity, other than the Named Insured, that is also protected by an insurance policy. Examples: a property landlord, a bank or other mortgagee, a store or other "vendor" of an insured's product. Additional Insured's do not always have protection as broad as the Named Insured's.
A party who is covered by another party's insurance policy. The lessor typically requires you to name the lessor as an additional insured under your vehicle insurance policy.
A person who is covered by the policy in addition to the named insured.
An person or business, other than the named insured on the declarations page, who has a financial interest requiring protection under the terms of the contract. e.g., the lienholder on the loan for a car or a bank for a mortgage.
Entity other than a named insured who is protected under the terms of an insurance policy. Usually, additional insureds are added by endorsement or referred to in the wording of the definition of “insured” in the policy itself.
An individual covered under the plan that is not named as an insured in the policy's terms.
Other person that are insured under a policy other than the person named to hold the contract.
An insured specifically named in the insurance policy, usually as a requirement of a contract. Occurs when one party works for another.
A person, firm or corporation other than the named insured on a policy or mortgage company named in a mortgage clause, who is protected against loss by the terms of the policy or mortgage company named in a mortgage clause.
An individual or entity that is not included as an insured under the insurance policy of another, but may be added to provide a certain degree of insurance protection.
A party other than a party in whose name insurance is issued who is also protected against losses covered by such a policy.
A person other than the named insured who is protected under the terms of the contract. Usually, additional insureds are added by endorsement or referred to in the wording of the definition of "insured" in the policy itself. (G)
A person, other than the named insured, who is protected by the terms of the policy. Usually a specified individual such as a spouse or a member of the insured's family but sometimes, as in automobile insurance, any person, provided that person is driving the insured vehicle with the insured's permission.
A person or entity other than the named insured, which is specifically named in the policy who receives the coverage under the terms of the policy.
An additional insured is a party, who due to contractual or other obligations, is endorsed as an insured onto the "named insured's" insurance policy. Typically, an additional insured is insured by the named insured's policy to the extent that claims arising from or related to the contractual or other obligations delineated in the endorsement to the named insured's insurance policy are covered. Certificates of insurance are often issued in conjunction with additional insured endorsements.
In insurance, a person, other than the one named as the insured in an insurance policy, who is also protected against loss, either by being specifically listed as an additional insured, or by definition according to the terms of the policy. Additional insured endorsements are a formal part of liability coverage only.
A person or persons other than the original named insured, who are protected under the terms of a policy.
A person or entity, other than the named insured or covered person, who is protected under the named insured's auto policy. If an auto is leased, the leasing company may want to be listed as an Additional Insured as well as a lien holder or loss payee. This protects the leasing company if it's named in a lawsuit for an accident caused by a policyholder.
Another person, company or entity with the same insurance protection as the Named Insured.
A person or entity, other than the named insured, who is additionally protected under the terms of the policy; usually someone for whom you are doing work for.
An organization or individual that is protected under someone elseâ€(tm)s auto insurance policy, such as a leasing company; exists for liability purposes.
If required by contract, the charterer may be named insured on the certificate of insurance of the charter operator, but subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions of the policy.
An insured person specifically stated in an insurance policy
A person other than the named insured who is protected by the terms of the policy. Most automobile policies, for example, insure a specific individual as an insured, but also insure anyone driving with that insured's consent. The additional insured may be "named" or "unnamed."
a person other than the named insured who is protected under an insurance contract.
A person or organization for whom insured status is arranged by endorsement.
An entity, other than a named insured, who is protected under the terms of an insurance policy of the Named Insured. Usually, additional insureds are added by endorsement individually, or on a blanket basis, to protect their interest with respect to a particular situation or specific property. On a liability policy, a lessor may be added as additional insured with respect to premises leased, equipment leased or vehicles leased. On a property policy, a party with financial interest may be added to protect their financial interest in the property insured.