Indirect Damage

Indirect Damage,

Indirect Damage:

  1. Indirect Damage definition is: Damage insurance causes damage or injury outside the scope of damage to a person or property.

  2. Sometimes called indirect damage, it is damage that is caused by danger, but not directly caused by it. An example is a fire that damages the freezer (direct damage) and causes food spoilage (indirect damage).

Literal Meanings of Indirect Damage

Indirect:

Meanings of Indirect:
  1. It does not happen directly or as a result of anything.

  2. (Route) is not straight, it is not the shortest route.

  3. Avoid mentioning or exposing a topic directly.

Sentences of Indirect
  1. The whole job will have an indirect effect on the wage level

  2. From his meeting in his lap he took a cautious and strange step

  3. Indirect attack on the senator

Synonyms of Indirect

roundabout, consequential, incidental, accidental, winding, concomitant, resultant, oblique, serpentine, derived, unintended, collateral, derivative, divergent, subordinate, resulting, wandering, ancillary, zigzag, tortuous, contingent, secondary

Damage:

Meanings of Damage:
  1. Treat physical harm (something) in a way that interferes with its general value, usefulness, or function.

  2. Physical damage to something that affects its general value, usefulness, or function.

  3. Amount claimed or paid as compensation for loss or injury

Sentences of Damage
  1. The car was severely damaged in the accident

  2. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a crowd of mourners

  3. He received 28 4,284,000 in compensation

Synonyms of Damage

impair, defile, desecrate, harm, destruction, blight, vandalize, blemish, recompense, mutilate, reparations, disfigure, mangle, injury, vandalism, redress, spoil, mar, injure, deface, compensation, restitution

Indirect Damage,

Indirect Damage means,

  • Personal injury or property damage that is greater than the insured loss.

Literal Meanings of Indirect Damage

Indirect:

Meanings of Indirect:
  1. Not because of or as a result of something.

  2. (The path) is not straight and does not follow the shortest path.

  3. Avoid mentioning or highlighting a topic directly.

Sentences of Indirect
  1. Full employment will have an indirect effect on wage levels.

  2. He took a cautious and indirect route to return from his meeting at the docks.

  3. Indirect ■■■■■■ on the Archbishop

Synonyms of Indirect

deviant, meandering, curving, allusive, implied, implicit, circuitous, inexplicit, anfractuous, accompanying

Damage:

Meanings of Damage:
  1. Physical harm that affects the value, use, or normal functioning of an object.

  2. Money is required or given as compensation for loss or damage.

  3. Physical harm to (something) in a way that affects its value, usefulness or general function.

Sentences of Damage
  1. The ■■■■ caused severe damage to the city.

  2. He received $ 284,000 in damages.

Synonyms of Damage

detriment, havoc, disfeature, corrosion, trash, reimbursement, guerdon, deterioration, ■■■■■■■, indemnification, meed, detrition, abrasion, attrition, destroy, devastate, ruin, tamper with, friction, vandalization, play havoc with, repayment, indemnity, desecration, scarring, degeneration, defilement, erosion

Indirect Damage,

What is The Meaning of Indirect Damage?

  1. Indirect Damage means, Damage resulting from personal injury or property damage that exceeds the insurance coverage.

Literal Meanings of Indirect Damage

Indirect:

Meanings of Indirect:
  1. Not directly or as a result of anything.

  2. (One path) does not follow the shortest path at all.

Sentences of Indirect
  1. Indirect ■■■■■■ on the Archbishop

Damage:

Meanings of Damage:
  1. The amount required to compensate for the loss or damage.

  2. Physical harm to (something) in a way that impairs its value, usefulness, or normal function.

Sentences of Damage
  1. The ■■■■■ caused severe damage to the city.

Synonyms of Damage

devastation, solatium, ■■■■■■■, defacement, sabotage, requital, vitiate, satisfaction, remuneration, disfigurement, impairment, disrupt, mutilation, battering, wreck, vitiation, do damage to, reparation(s), wear and tear