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Claims professionals must have a firm grasp on the nuances of the terms “independent contractor” and “subcontractor” when grappling with injury-to-independent-contractor exclusions in commercial general liability (CGL) policies. These provisions typically exclude claims arising from bodily injury to an insured’s independent contractors or employees of the independent contractors. 


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