Completed Operations Insurance responds to bodily injury or property damage claims that would occur after the completion of a project, resulting from the negligence of the work performed. For example, if a contractor were to build a deck, and fail to secure the railing property and someone were to lean on the railing and suffer bodily injury, the completed operations portion of the general liability policy would respond. It is important to note however, that this does not cover the faulty work itself, just the resulting bodily injury and/or property damage.
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