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Any ambiguities caused by the drafter of the contract are generally be construed against the drafter, that is, against the insurer that drafted the policy language. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Many automobile insurance policies cover the “named insured,” but the term often causes confusion. It may not be well defined or it may not be clear to the policyholder.


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