Exclusions

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Situations, conditions, or circumstances that are specified or implied in an insurance policy as being excluded from coverage. Exclusions can be a significant issue, especially when shipping perishable goods, high-value goods, goods into or through war zones, arms, and armaments, as well as goods that have been insufficiently or unsuitably packaged. The first thing insurers look at when the insured files a claim is the list of exclusions to see the limits of coverage in the policy. Review these thoroughly before signing the contract policy.

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