insurance carrier

insurance carrier

Insurer Insurance A commercial enterprise licensed in a state to sell insurance; carrier is widely preferred term for companies offering medical malpractice coverage
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To reduce the potential for increased litigation, the Florida Supreme Court stated in its opinion that certain insurance carrier conduct, such as negligence, minor payment delays, and simple bad faith, will still be afforded immunity under the Florida workers' compensation system.
That was the situation in this New York case in which a hospital's secondary insurance carrier urged the hospital's primary carrier to settle a claim for medical malpractice involving severe birth related injuries.
The liability of the insurance carrier would be an effective barrier to the undue exercise of improper influence by clients that might result from high consulting fees.
As a result of the hard work of Chuck Ackenbom and the Insurance Committee, ACA selected Frontier Insurance as its endorsed insurance carrier and has endorsed Sobel Affiliates' umbrella (catastrophic liability coverage) insurance program for camps.
Careful documentation of the existence of a sleep disturbance is required to ensure that any treatment will be covered by the patient's insurance carrier.
If an insurance carrier drops an employer for scamming them this way--no problem.
To think that in the '90s you could be dropped for this reason was shocking to me," says Jennifer, who with her husband went on to get a less expensive policy with a different insurance carrier.
This figure can be obtained from the client's insurance carrier and will depend on benefit design, the utilization management program, employee mix and geographic location.
The answer lies in a managing general underwriter's ability to continually reinvent itself by implementing insurance carrier diversity, strengthening underwriting practices and continually improving work flow processes.
If Grady dies one year after entering into the split-dollar agreement, the company gets back the $10,000 in premiums it advanced to the insurance carrier.
Both the trial court and the appellate court rejected the policyholder's argument and found for the insurance carrier.
Compete named Progressive as an insurance carrier that has been able to successfully bridge brand and pricing transparency by offering unbiased, competitive quotes on its home page, while it appeals to brand-oriented consumers with high-quality account-servicing capabilities.

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