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Day: September 18, 2021


What Is Insurance?

As we know one way of risk prevention is to insure a risk to the insurance company. This method is considered the most important method in tackling risk. Therefore many people think that risk management is the same as insurance. Though the actual circumstances are not so.Insurance means the insurance transaction, which involves two parties, the insured and the insurer. Where the insurer guarantees the insured person, that he will be reimbursed for a loss which he may suffer, as a result of an event that would not necessarily occur or which could not be determined when or when it occurred. As the insured in the obligation to pay some money to the insurer, the amount of proportion of the sum insured, commonly called "premium".Viewed from several angles, the insurance has a variety of goals a...
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Filling in a Disability Application

It is sadly no surprise to any one these days how much it costs to pay for health insurance. While a lot of strides have been made toward correcting the problem of health insurance and how it is provided by employers to employees, the issue is nowhere near from over.Each and every day millions are without coverage and have to look for jobs that can provide better health care for them and their families, and it so often depends on what the coverage can stretch out to.For instance, if one wants to have dental or eye coverage, they must have a set up that is going to target these coverage areas, and if they do not have a job that will pay for dental or eye coverage, they better be prepared to make some large investments that will take care of it for them.Not to mention that if they have a fam...

The Top 15 Ways to Save Money on Critical Illness Insurance

While life insurance pays your beneficiaries a sum of money if you pass away, critical illness insurance pays out when you are diagnosed with one of the major illnesses named in the policy. Death is not a requirement for the benefit to be paid, which is why it is called a "living benefit."Some critical illness insurance policies cover three or four conditions, but others cover about 30. The conditions covered vary among carriers and policies. Some of the conditions that critical illness insurance typically cover can include, but are not limited to: stroke, cancer, severe burns, heart attack, major organ failure, Alzheimer's disease, aortic surgery, loss of limbs, aplastic anemia, bacterial meningitis, benign brain tumour, blindness, coma, coronary artery bypass surgery, paralysis, deafness...