- aggregate damage
- This term, as used in a liability insurance policy limiting the liability of the insurance company to a certain sum for each accident and to another stated sum for "aggregate damage", was meant to serve as a total limit of damage to property of different persons from a closely related series of events. Anchor Casualty Co. v McCaleb (CA5 Tex) 178 F2d 322.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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