What are Subjectivities?
Subjectivities, in the realm of commercial insurance, refer to the aspects of an insurance policy that are open to interpretation or judgment. They are the factors or criteria that can vary based on individual perspectives or circumstances. Subjectivities may include factors such as the insured's risk profile, claims history, industry-specific considerations, or other subjective elements that can influence the underwriting process or policy terms. Insurance professionals analyze subjectivities to assess risk and determine appropriate coverage and premiums. It is important for businesses to have open and transparent communication with their insurance provider to ensure a thorough understanding of any subjectivities and to collaborate in finding the best insurance solutions tailored to their specific needs.
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