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Originally published on July 7, 2008.

In reading umbrella policies, we have found two differing versions of the insuring agreement. One states that the insurer will “indemnify the insured,” and the other declares that the insurer will “pay on behalf of the insured.” What is the difference between these two insuring agreements when it comes to the insurer’s duty to pay?

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