Maximum Foreseeable Loss

Maximum Foreseeable Loss

Maximum foreseeable loss is an insurance term referring to the highest possible loss that an insured party can incur and which an insurance company will need to pay out on, such as the destruction of business premises by fire or an Act of God plus the interruption to business-as-usual and the knock-on impact on operations and revenues.

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