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The paperwork describing the accident, illness or injury that is submitted to the insurance organization
An amount of money, after the deductible, that is paid for jointly by the insured and the insurance company
The amount paid out of pocket by the policy holder for the initial portion of a loss before the insurance coverage begins
Provides payment to replace earnings during times when workers cannot work due to illness or injury
Products or services provided by an employer that adds extra value for employees beyond wages paid
Provides money to pay for health care for illness, injury, or, in some cases, preventive care
Provides payment to cover liability losses as well as damage and loss of the home
Doing something in the home without pay that takes raw materials along with a family member's skill, experience, knowledge, and household equipment, to produce a useful product or service
Provides payment to others if a member of the insured household accidentally causes harm to other people or property.
Long-term care insurance
Provides payment for extended care due to accidents, illnesses, or old age.
An insurance contract that states what risks are covered and how much money will be paid for losses
Provides payment to the insured person if property is damaged or destroyed by an accident
Provides payment to renters to cover the damage and loss of property in a rental unit in addition to liability losses
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