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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. transportation expenses

2. classification

3. catastrophic loss

4. of counsel

5. Preferred Risk Class

6. Warsaw Convention

7. bid deducts

8. blackout period

9. indexed deductible

10. group practice health maintenance organization

11. conflict of laws

12. assumed premiums

13. pre-set allocation provision

14. tender of defense

15. cost and freight (C and F)

16. Time Limit On Certain Defenses Provision

17. wrap-up

18. pure endowment

19. disaster

20. Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Act of 1999

21. certificate holder

22. Convertible

23. contra proferentem rule

24. right to repair law

25. debit life insurance

26. money and securities broad form policy

27. reporting form coverage

28. independent agency system

29. Boiler And Machinery Insurance

30. statutory insurance

31. Certified Risk Manager (CRM)

32. Single Premium Policies

33. highly protected risk

34. subrogation provision

35. in camera proceedings

36. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)

37. Qualifying Event

38. hold harmless agreement

39. prior work exclusion

40. no further remedial action planned

41. Arbitration

42. Pre-existing Condition

43. improvements and betterments insurance

44. Errors And Omissions Coverage / E&o

45. extraterritorial coverage

46. Change in Net Premiums Written (IRIS)

47. fiduciary

48. appraisers errors and omissions

49. timing risk

50. decennial liability

51. payroll limitation

52. Whole Life Insurance

53. employee leasing company

54. financial supermarket

55. Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM)

56. stipulation

57. Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act of 2003

58. Increasing Term Life Insurance

59. computer software design errors and omissions

60. claims-made and reported provision

61. Associate in Reinsurance (ARe)

62. electronic products errors and omissions insurance

63. improvements and betterments

64. Self-insurance

65. invasion of privacy

66. guaranty fund

67. less than truckload (LTL)

68. continuous contract

69. Non-Insurable Risk

70. truckload (TL)

71. Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSAWPA) of 1983

72. rating experience

73. pre-existing conditions

74. lessor

75. short-rate cancellation

76. evidence of insurability

77. annual convention blank

78. net loss reserves

79. direct loss

80. policy reserve

81. Disclosure Authorization Form

82. forum shopping

83. financial needs approach

84. occurrence policy

85. servicing contractors rider

86. legal liability

87. Federal Insurance Administration / Fia

88. flat rate

89. borderline risk

90. Third-party Administrator

91. valued coverage

92. exposure survey

93. real estate brokers errors and omissions

94. financial institution bond

95. Auto Insurance Policy

96. insurance examiner

97. unilateral extended reporting period provision

98. contract attorney

99. Coverage Area

100. thermal pollution

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Long-term Care Insurance

Categories: Insurance,

long-term care insurance is a policy designed to cover at least some of your expenses if you have a chronic but not life-threatening illness, long-term disability, or you are unable to live independently because you can't perform a number of the activities of daily living. Those activities typically include bathing, dressing, feeding yourself, taking medication, using the bathroom, and being able to move from a sitting to a standing position. Most contracts also cover cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer's disease.Under the terms of most long-term care contracts, you can be cared for in a nursing home or at home. The insurance pays for custodial rather than skilled care, which must be provided by licensed professionals. That care is covered in part by Medicare and Medigap policies. Every policy provides a specific daily or monthly benefit for up to a predetermined benefit period. Each policy also has an elimination period, which lasts from the day you become eligible until the day the insurer begins to pay. You generally can choose the benefit, benefit period, and elimination period that makes the most sense to you and that you can afford.

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