Indirect Loss

Under property insurance, a financial loss that occurs as a result of a direct loss. For example, a business loses income after a fire destroys the building because they could not conduct business would be an indirect loss, whereas the fire would be the direct loss. Most property policies cover fires (direct losses) but do not cover indirect losses unless additional coverage is purchased.


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