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underwriting

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.
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All of this information is readily available to underwriters, even on motor vehicles reports that used to be batch processed, which delayed the underwriter and often ended up [causing] the underwriting window of opportunity to disappear--the first 60 days in many states," said Webster.
The Board's determination is based on all the facts of record, including RBSG's projections of the volume of bank ineligible securities underwriting and dealing activities proposed to be conducted by GCM.
has automated the submission, rating, underwriting, pricing and issuing of business auto policies through a Web-based application called Once and Done Business Auto.
This determination is based on all the facts of record, including San Paolo-IMI's projections of the volume of Mabon's bank-ineligible underwriting and dealing activities.
As agents enter workers' compensation, commercial auto and small business package applications into the company's Internet system, the system applies underwriting rules to determine overall eligibility, additional data entry requirements, supplemental forms that may be needed, eligibility for standard or preferred rates, applicability of scheduled debits and credits, and eligibility for levels of coverage.
A global Website with 1,500 members devoted to life and health underwriting now barely treads water.
iNB bas been recognized as a recipient of the E-Fusion Award in the Underwriting and Pricing category.

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