Lesson 15: Protect What You've Earned
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the person who receives the pay out on the insurance contract.
an accident or disaster as referred to in an insurance policy.
notification to an insurance company of a loss with request for payment of benefits.
the dollar amount of insurance provided under an insurance policy.
a percentage of medical expenses the insured is responsible for paying after they meet their deductible.
a fixed amount the insured is required to pay at time of service.
a fixed amount or fixed percentage of the claim which the insured is responsible for paying before the insurance company has to pay.
additions to a homeowner's insurance policy that alter the policy's coverage and terms; also called a rider.
peril or loss that is not covered by the policy.
the potential for loss.
a condition that increases the risk that a loss will occur.
Health Maintenance Organization
"HMO"; type of managed care plan where covered healthcare services are provided only through an approved network of providers.
a contract between an insurance company and an insured by which the insurer agrees to compensate the insured in the event of loss.
a company that by contract assumes the risk of loss in the event of accident, error, illness or death, in exchange for a fee.
the person who contracted with the insurance company and is entitled to the benefits of the insurance coverage.
to compensate for damage or loss.
reduction in worth.
the basic information that defines the policy, such as the name of the beneficiary, address of the insured property and amount of coverage.
the maximum amount an insurance company is obligated to pay out under an insurance policy.
Preferred Provider Organization
"PPO"; type of managed care plan where members may see in-network healthcare providers without a referral and out-of-network providers at reduced benefits.
a monthly, quarterly or annual payment the insured must pay to the insurance company to maintain the coverage under a plan or policy.
the amount it would cost to repair or replace an item.
likelihood that the loss causing event will occur.
additions to a homeowner's insurance policy that alter the policy's coverage and terms; also called an endorsement.
excess coverage above and beyond the liability limits of a standard insurance policy.
Consumer Ed chapt 14
Lesson 18: Resolving Insolvency
Lesson 17: How to Lose it All..
Lesson 16: Share with Care!
Lesson 14: The Beauty of the Budget
Lesson 1: Getting Personal: You and Your Money
Lesson 2: Battle of the Banks
Lesson 3: A Job That Pays
Lesson 4: Pay. It's More Than a Salary