Don't you see, then, that for these extra risks the Marine Insurance companies
have extra guarantees?
The amusing part of it is that the funds of the insurance companies were frequently plundered and wasted by the very officials who were intrusted with the management of them.
The insurance companies charge the highly trained chemists that handle explosives eight times what they charge the workingmen.
The Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, the Lloyd's List, the Packet-Boat, and the Maritime and Colonial Review, all papers devoted to insurance companies
which threatened to raise their rates of premium, were unanimous on this point.
Fairly new tax rulings have now made captive insurance companies
a very efficient risk management tool, as well as a vehicle for long-term wealth planning for owners of closely held businesses.
Since insurance companies
must know their distribution sources, it is essential that their sales forces establish appropriate compliance and suspicious activity reporting systems.
Premium taxes: Generally, states may subject insurance companies
to the following taxes: real and personal property, franchise, income, license and capital-based.
While Century National officials declined to comment on Conley's case, state insurance officials say insurance companies
as a rule do not cover long-term water damage because it is so costly.
As insurance buyers have become more knowledgeable about coverage provided by public liability insurance, insurance agents and insurance companies
have seen a proliferation of requests for additional insureds on camp liability insurance policies.
The insurance companies
can increase or decrease the rating board's standard rate, using an experience modification factor.
Best Company is a global full-service credit rating organization dedicated to serving the financial and health care service industries, including insurance companies
, banks, hospitals and health care system providers.
are being sued with increasing frequency for violating an insurance policy's implied duty of good faith and fair dealing--or acting in "bad faith"--in the handling of a claim.