CGL Policy Undergoes Changes

Insurance professionals can expect a widearray of changes in the commercial general liability policy.

At a recent workshop co-sponsored by the New Jersey and CentralJersey chapters of the Society of Chartered Property CasualtyUnderwriters, insurance educator R. Bryan Tilden led off with adiscussion of various e-commerce-related provisions.

He explained that in regard to Internet liability, one newexclusion states that insureds in media and Internet-typebusinesses are not covered for “personal and advertising injury” inconnection with, among other things, the design of Web sites or theprovision of Internet services. However, links to other Web sitesare an exception to the exclusion.

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