The period between the inception date and retroactive date in a claims-made liability policy, if the specified retroactive date is earlier than the inception date of the policy. Claims-made liability policies typically include a retroactive date, and the policy will not cover claims arising from covered occurrences, acts, or omissions committed prior to that date.

Nose coverage receives its name from its attachment to the “front” of the policy term, as opposed to “tail” coverage provided by an extended reporting period (ERP) on the end of a claims-made policy.


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