WAC 284-30-910

Definitions.

As used in this regulation:
(1) "Environmental claim" means a claim for defense or indemnity submitted under a general liability insurance policy by an insured facing, or allegedly facing, potential liability for bodily injury or property damage to others arising from a discharge of pollutants into land, air, or water.
(2) "General liability insurance policy" means a contract of insurance that provides coverage for the legal obligations of an insured for bodily injury or property damage to others. It includes, for example, pollution insurance policies and comprehensive general liability insurance policies; it does not include insurance policies relating to motor vehicles, personal coverage such as homeowners, or specialty line liability coverage such as directors and officers insurance, errors and omissions insurance, or other similar policies.
(3) "Insured" means a Washington resident who is either the named insured or is acting on behalf of a Washington resident who is a named insured, and is presenting an environmental claim.
(4) "Lost policy" includes general liability insurance policies that are alleged by an insured to be lost.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060, 48.30.010, 48.01.030, 48.05.280, 48.15.100 and 48.15.170. WSR 95-09-014 (Order R 94-30), § 284-30-910, filed 4/10/95, effective 5/11/95.]