PERIL

PERIL

peril.

1. Exposure to the risk of injury, damage, or loss (the perils of litigation).

inescapable peril. A danger that one cannot avoid without another’s help. See LAST-CLEAR-CHANCE DOCTRINE. [Cases: Negligence 530(1). C.J.S. Negligence ¡ì¡ì 281¨C290, 313, 318.]

2. Insurance. The cause of a risk of loss to person or property; esp., the cause of a risk such as fire, accident, theft, forgery, earthquake, flood, or illness (insured against all perils). Cf. RISK(3). [Cases: Insurance 2219. C.J.S. Insurance ¡ì¡ì 434, 996¨C997, 1000, 1003, 1010, 1014.]


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