What is PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE?

Insurance protecting property from damage or loss. The perils covered are listed in the contract. The perils not covered are also listed such as war, terrorism, or neglect. The insured must agree to subrogation. Refer to property and liability insurance.

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