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Comprehensive Insurance Insurance that covers your car for reasons other than a collision. Ex: fire, theft
Deductible The money you pay out before the insurance company pays for the loss. "out of pocket"
Benefit The money paid by an insurance company for a loss.
Beneficiary The person who receives the money from an insurance policy.
The higher the deductible, the lower the premium.
Insurance policy Contract between the insured and the insurance company
Premium the amount of money you pay for insurance
Claim a formal request to an insurance company to pay for a loss
Unemployment Insurance insurance when you lose your job
Worker's Compensation insurance if you are injured on the job
Medicare and Medicaid Health coverage for older people and people with disabilities
Exclusions Losses that are not covered under the policy
Life Insurance Insurance that protects your dependents if you die
Collision Insurance Insurance that covers repairing your car if you are in an accident
PPO higher costs but more choices of doctors
Cash-value life insurance lets you borrow against the premiums paid
Renter's Insurance Covers contents of apartment. Does not cover building
Supplemental Insurance Insurance needed for extra things that the regular insurance policy does not cover.
No-fault system policyholders have their claims paid by their own car insurance companies no matter who caused the accident
Group plans cheaper than individual plans
HMO Have a primary physician, low cost, limited choice of doctors
Created by: Nancyp28



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