participating insurance


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participating insurance

n
(Insurance) a system of insurance by which policyholders receive dividends from the company's profit or surplus
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participating insurance company, and in case of consortiums each and every member of the consortium:
Customers looking to opt for the insurance scheme can purchase certified plans as offered by participating insurance companies.
Munich Re America's personal lines inland flood endorsement is already available through participating insurance carriers throughout the U.S.
Available at www.drivesafeonline.org, this course allows drivers to reduce drivers' license points, dismiss a traffic ticket, satisfy a court order, and even earn a discount off car insurance from participating insurance companies.
All participating insurance entities--nonprofits and the big guys alike--were to pay into a fund dubbed the "risk corridor" that would help pay the bills lower premiums wouldn't cover.
* Evia verifies a customer's identity from the answers provided to its questions, which include whether the car will be owned or leased, then searches participating insurance carrier sites to come up with quotes.
The participating insurance companies provided claims data for the three-year period following the implementation of the LIFT program.
Our approach will also help participating insurance companies gain market share by giving discerning consumers exactly what they want without hiding behind complicated terms and conditions."
Under the inaugural program last summer, six motivated high school students from extremely difficult backgrounds and circumstances, were exposed to the working environment and people at participating insurance companies and professional firms over an eight-week period.
Nor is it available to people who receive their health care through Medicare, which is not a participating insurance carrier.
The envisaged insurance scheme for the poor would require involvement of the BISP, the participating insurance companies, and the Federal and Provincial Health authorities, the health care providers and the beneficiaries linked by an information technology backbone with a chip-enabled card as its central features.
Even with the "Write Your Own" program, the incentives for both the participating insurance company and its agents are far less than the incentives for selling regular homeowners insurance.
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