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November 02, 2006

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Elaine

Could you give a practical example of the impact of one versus the other? I run a maid service, cleaning homes. If an accident occurred - let's say a resident in a rented condo slips and falls in their kitchen on a freshly mopped floor, what are the differences in how the claim would progress if the property management company were additional insured, versus if they were simply certificate holders? Thanks in advance.

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