"Clients that were already insured with us we would insure
them but these days we don't because of the frequency of incidents like arson," said Chrysostomou.
This Policy does insure
acts of direct insured physical damage intentionally caused by an employee of an Insured or any individual specified in b above, and done without the knowledge of the Insured.
The relative sensitivity for detecting cancer was 85% for the InSure
test and 39% for the Hemoccult test.
Basically this clause stipulates that if the client does not insure
their building and equipment to proper replacement or actual cash value limits, the client will have to pay for part of the loss regardless if the loss is a partial or total loss.
It can cost more to insure
$50,000 worth of jewelry than it would to cover an entire house full of furniture."
If the tenant has an obligation to insure
glass in the leased premises against damage, that's more than enough to overcome any objection the adjuster can raise.
But an employer that self insures
will face extra complexity and exposure to new risks and greater amounts of risk, and an employer that wants to return to offering traditional health insurance may have trouble changing back, Fleet said.
In order to encourage insureds to insure
a reasonably high percentage of their property's value, the coverage form provides the incentive of the coverage extensions to insureds who choose at least an 80 percent coinsurance percentage.
* Describe how to insure
medical payments coverage under the BAP
While the insurance industry is not, and probably never will be, in a position to actually insure
such a thing, the tools and techniques it's developing to pursue it are benefiting many companies.
Instead of buying full replacement cost coverage on all buildings, they insure
only their key buildings for replacement cost.
By law, HUD cannot insure
a reverse mortgage above the local FHA loan limit.