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What does the Legal Liability cover for a paid driver?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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Legal liability covers the legal compensation that might have to be paid if a third party files any case against the driver for damage, loss, or fire. The driver is covered for a sum equal to his salary for the policy period. It also covers accidents and occupational diseases.

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