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    indemnify oneself against/indemnify you for/indemnify the company from

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the plausibility of the following sentences?
    How much does it cost to indemnify oneself against accidental death?
    The insurance company will indemnify you for the damages suffered by the mentioned above road accident.
    The basis of this liability was to be found in an implied term in the lorry driver's employment contract to indemnify Rockford for loss caused by his negligence.
    The contract required him to indemnify the company from any unexpected outcomes.

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    Re: indemnify oneself against/indemnify you for/indemnify the company from

    The first strikes me as rather implausible.

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