Concerns over unlimited liability highlighted by US attacks.

The terrorist attacks on 11 September have highlighted insurers'
worries over the provision of unlimited liability, according to Andrew
Torrance, director and general manager of Alliance Cornhill Insurance.

Mr Torrance said: "The whole notion of unlimited liability does not sit
well with the insurance industry and insurers have been very uncomfortable
with it for a while. Prior to 11 September, however, they were
uncomfortable with it in an academic way because no one could see how an
exposure that

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