policyholder


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pol·i·cy·hold·er

(pol'i-sē-hōl'dĕr)
The insured; a person who is covered by the insurance policy.
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The governing board of the California Earthquake Authority has voted to increase the number of policyholders eligible for a $3,000 retrofit grant.
If bitcoin was viewed as money, the insurer would apply a sublimit, and the policyholder's recovery would be only $200.
Due to the large scale of Hurricane Harvey, FEMA immediately extended the deadline for policyholders to submit a Proof of Loss from the standard 60 days to 365 days after the date of loss for this event.
The briefing examines potential solutions to break the pattern of Qard reliance, which include obliging its write-off every three to five years, maintaining greater control over the fees charged to the policyholder funds by shareholders, operators moving toward a profit-sharing approach and the adoption of the Saudi Cooperative model.
The average increase would be 69%, but the actual increase for a specific policyholder could vary dramatically from policyholder to policyholder.
Subrogation rights vary across jurisdictions and can have serious consequences both for the policyholder and the insurer.
Stockwell (matthew.stockwell@pillsburylaw.com), counsel with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP in New York, focuses his practice on representing policyholders in insurance coverage and construction litigation.
The ratings for QIIC reflect its adequate combined risk-adjusted capitalisation (considering both shareholders' and policyholders' funds), sustainable policyholders' fund, good track record of operating performance and niche market position as a Takaful provider in the Qatari market.
Single policyholders were about twice as likely as married policyholders to file claims at age 65, but the gap disappeared around age 87.
When a policyholder purchases cancelable insurance, the insurance company becomes a credit management resource that can work with the other protocols the policyholder already has in place.
Denying claims without doing a reasonable investigation, including cases where Bankers Life needed more information to determine if a policyholder qualified for benefits because the policyholder was mentally impaired or needed help with daily living activities.