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    What is Insurance?

    What is Insurance?

    Insurance is defined as a mean of reimbursement to a person or company when there is a case of loss other than natural disaster (dependent on its policy). An insurance policy is defined as a written contract or certificate stating the conditions apply for a claim.

    Various types of insurance like Life Insurance, Vehicle Insurance, Travel Insurance, Property Insurance, Fire Insurance, Accident Insurance, etc that cover personal or properties against future financial loss.

    What is Insurance?
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    Different Types of Insurance

    Some types of insurance are as follows:

    • Auto Insurance
    • Home Insurance
    • Health Insurance
    • Accident Insurance
      • Disability
      • Disability overhead
      • Total permanent
      • Worker's Compensation
    • Casualty Insurance
      • Crime
      • Political Risk
    • Life Insurance
    • Liability Insurance
      • Public Liability
      • Directors and Officers Liability
      • Environmental Liability
      • Errors and Omissions
      • Prize Indemnity
      • Professional Liability
    • Credit Insurance
      • Mortgage
    • Insurance Financing Vehicles
    • Closed Community Self-Insurance
    • Property Insurance
      • Aviation
      • Builder's risk
      • Crop
      • Earthquake
      • Fidelity Bond
      • Flood
      • Home
      • Landlord
      • Marine
      • Supplemental Natural Disaster
      • Terrorism
      • Volcano
      • Windstorm
    • Other Types of Insurance
      • All Risk
      • Bloodstock
      • Business Interruption
      • Collateral Protection
      • Defense Base Act
      • Expatriate
      • Kidnap and Ransom
      • Legal Expenses
      • Locked Funds
      • Livestock
      • Media Liability
      • Pet
      • Pollution
      • Purchase
      • Title
      • Travel

    What is Insurance?

    • A form of risk management
    • Provides against the risk of a contingent of uncertain loss
    • The Equitable transfer of the risk of loss from one entity to another in exchange for payment
    • The pooling together of many insured entities funds that will pay for the losses of a few that may occur
    • The insured entities are provided with protection for a fee
    • Fees depend on the frequency and severity of the event that may occur
    • Insurance cover will depend upon the entity seeking cover, meeting certain criteria making them an insurable risk

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