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Glossary of insurance terms
Thomas E. Green
|Statement||edited by Thomas E. Green, Robert W. Osler, and John S. Bickley.|
|Contributions||Osler, Robert Willard, 1911- joint author., Bickley, John S., 1917- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HG8025 .G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||79093067|
An asset in insurance terms is something with monetary value that is covered by an insurance policy, such as a car or a property. Under that policy, the insurer must compensate the policyholder (in accordance with the policy’s terms and conditions) if the asset is damaged or destroyed and the policyholder makes a claim. A Glossary Of Marine Insurance And Shipping Terms. From portside to starboard, and everything in between. Introducing our new Marine Protect Glossary E-book. As Australia’s leading specialist marine insurer, we’ve developed a glossary of terms as an expert guide .
GLOSSARY OF INSURANCE TERMS THE A-Z FOR INSURANCE PRACTITIONERS Terms generally associated with reinsurance Ab initio A term used to describe avoidance of a contract from its inception or its beginning. The Insurance Contracts Act allows an insurer to avoid. The original Glossary of Insurance Terms was compiled by John s. Bickley, Phd, and the late robert W. Osler. Both men served on operating commit - tees of the commission on Insurance Terminology (cIT), which worked to develop more precise insurance definitions during –, and both sought to continue the efforts of the commission. Thomas e. Glossary of Health Insurance Terms decem prior insurance must have provided a minimum level of coverage; benefit policies, such as limited scope dental or vision benefits, do not qualify.
Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which are controlling. Such terms and availability may vary by state and exclusions may apply. Co-insurance: A percentage of the cost of services that the insured person have to pay. For example, a plan may pay 90% of the charges and the insurer pay 10%. Co-pay: The amount that an insured person must pay up-front at the time of service for a covered benefit. There may be additional charges (co-insurance) for additional services performed. Insurance company that actually underwrites and issues the insurance policy. The term refers to the fact that the company carries (or assumes) certain risks for the policyholder. Liability or loss resulting from an accident. Request by an insured for the insurance company to cover an incurred loss. A claim may be filed online, by phone or in.
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Thankfully, there are resources to help consumers navigate the maze of unfamiliar terms. These often take the form of glossaries, or lists of specialized terms relating to a special subject – in this case, insurance – with accompanying definitions.
Two such glossaries are of particular.