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insure (someone or something) with (something)

To buy insurance for someone or something from a particular company (named after "with"). I insured my new car with Smith Insurance after my parents suggested it.
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insure against (something)

To protect someone or something against something. One policy can't insure against every issue you'll encounter with your business, you know.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

insure against something

to guard or protect against something. You must insure against theft and fire. I will insure against all risks.
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insure someone or something (against something) (for something)

to provide insurance for someone or something against certain perils up to a certain amount of money. I insured my wife against accidental death for $100,000. We insured the car for its current value against all losses.

insure someone or something with something

to provide insurance for someone or something from a specific company. I insured Amy with a fine old insurance company. We insured the car with Acme Insurance in Adamsville.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Underwriters have also added exclusions to the additional insured endorsements to control the risks associated with insuring unknown additional insureds.
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The California Supreme Court held that under a literal reading of the excess/umbrella liability policies at issue, the wording of the insuring agreement was broad enough to include coverage for environmental cleanup and response costs ordered by an administrative agency.
When insuring leased business personal property, be certain the property leases specifically require the lessee to insure the equipment.
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This way, the parties to the insuring agreement are clear as to what is covered and the insured can seek coverage under another form if it has larger capacity trailers as a risk exposure.
This Policy is designated the Master Global Insuring Policy for Insured Locations under this Policy and which are insured under an underlying policy(ies) issued by the Company or its representative companies.
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