Health insurance The process of determining a person's insurability in terms of life, liability, home, and other insurance policies and whether it will accept an application for insurance. See Field underwriting, Medical malpractice underwriting.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, pursuant to Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and an Order of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, that the above-captioned litigation (the "Action") has been certified as a class action for the purposes of settlement only on behalf of the Underwriter Settlement Class, except for certain persons and entities who are excluded from the Underwriter Settlement Class by definition as set forth in the full printed Notice of (I) Certification of Settlement Class; (II) Proposed Settlement with Certain Underwriter Defendants; and (III) Settlement Fairness Hearing (the "Underwriter Notice").
If we get a request to insure a boat, the underwriter can find out the speed, capability and other features by simply searching the make and model and getting all the information, specifications, pictures and more about the watercraft," said Webster of Fireman's Fund.
If insurance to value is neglected, your camp insurance underwriter might be unwilling to provide you with certain coverages or considerations such as agreed value endorsements or replacement cost coverage.
It includes some of the critical components lenders need to begin using Desktop Underwriter: one or more laptop or desktop computers; access to MORNETPIus, Fannie Mae's private, secure, value-added network; Desktop Underwriter software; and Calyx Software's POINT for Windows loan origination software.
We also sought out and listened to our professional advisers, which included the lead underwriter and its legal counsel, the co-managers, Allstate's legal counsel and its board of directors, the auditors and Sears' senior management.