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Chapter 32, 33, 24, 35, and 36.  the possibility of incurring a loss  Risk.

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1 Chapter 32, 33, 24, 35, and 36

2  the possibility of incurring a loss  Risk

3  the possibility of incurring a loss related to property liability and ones own person wellbeing.  Economic risk-

4  risks associated with illness, disability, loss of income, unemployment, old age, and premature death.  Personal risk-

5  the risks of damage or loss of property due to theft, wind, fire, flood, or some other hazard  Property risk-

6  potential losses to others that occur as a result of injury or damage that you may have caused.  Liability risk-

7  – the planned protection provided by sharing economic losses  Insurance

8  businesses that provide planned protection against economic loss.  Insurance companies-

9  – the person for whom risk is assumed by an insurance company.  Insured or policyholder

10  A contract that states the conditions to which the insurance company and the policyholder have agreed  Policy-

11  – the amount that a policyholder must pay for insurance coverage  Premium

12  a policyholders request for a loss that is covered by the insurance policy  Claim-

13  – the amount you must pay before the insurance company pays a claim  Deductible

14  – when an individual, family, or business assumes the total risk of economic loss  Self-insurance

15  When you and the insurance company share expenses  Coinsurance-

16  A person who sells insurance  Insurance agent-

17  – The general term used to describe insurance to protect you against financial loss if you injure someone else or damage someone else’s property in an automobile accident.  Automobile liability insurance

18  Insurance that protects you from claims resulting from injuries or deaths for which you are found to be at fault.  Bodily injury liability-

19  – insurance coverage that provided medical expense protection for the policyholder, immediate family members, and guests while in the insured person’s car.  Medical payments insurance

20  – Insurance coverage that protects the policyholder and immediate family members against losses from injuries caused by a hit and run driver or by a driver who has no insurance and inadequate money to pay claims.  Uninsured motorist coverage

21  Insurance protection against claims if your car damages some else’s property and you are at fault.  Property damage liability coverage-

22  - Insurance coverage that protects a car owner against financial loss associated with damage resulting from a collision with another car or object or from the car turning over.  Collision insurance

23  – Insurance coverage against almost all losses except those caused from a collision or from the car turning over.  Comprehensive coverage

24  – Laws that require you to carry certain types of automobile insurance before your car can be licensed.  Compulsory insurance laws

25  Laws whereby your drivers license will be suspended or taken away if you cause an accident and cannot pay for the damages wither through insurance, your savings, or the sale of property.  Financial responsibility laws –

26  Automobile insurance that provided coverage to high risk drivers who are unable to purchase it otherwise.  Assigned risk plan –

27  A plan in which people injured in automobile accidents are required to collect for their financial losses from their own insurance no matter who is at fault.  No-fault insurance laws-

28  Insurance that protects you from claims arising from injuries to other people or damage to other people property caused by you, your family, or your pets.  Personal liability coverage

29  The causes of loss, such as fire, wind or theft.  Perils

30  Property that is permanently attached to land  Real property

31  Property that not attached to the land.  Personal property

32  A basic type of property insurance that protects against losses caused by fire or lightning.  Standard fire policy

33  Additional protection of property that covers damage caused by perils such as wind, hail, smoke, and falling aircraft, among other things.  Extended coverage

34  A package type insurance policy designed to fir the needs of most homeowners wishing to insure their homes and property.  Homeowners policy

35  A list of goods showing the original cost of each item, when it was purchased, and how long it was expected to last.  Inventory

36  The decrease in the value of property as it becomes older and wears out.  Depreciation

37  Insurance that actually replaces an item that has been destroyed.  Replacement insurance

38  An insurance company representative who determines the extent of loss and pays policyholders.  Adjuster

39  the person named in an insurance policy to receive the insurance benefits  Beneficiary-

40  the amount of money received should a policyholder decide to give up the protection provided by a policy  Cash value-

41  term life insurance on which the amount of protection gradually becomes smaller, but the premiums remain the same during the term  Decreasing term insurance-

42  an amount of insurance coverage that was originally purchased and that will be paid upon the insured’s death  Face value-

43  life insurance that covers a group of people who are usually employed by the same company or are members of the same organization  Group life insurance-

44  a financial benefit from the continued life of a person  Insurable interest-

45  term life insurance on which the amount of protection and the premiums remain the same  Level term insurance-

46  insurance designed to protect survivors against the financial loss associated with dying  Life insurance-

47  a whole life policy intended to be paid up in a certain number of years  Limited-payment policies-

48  a type of whole life insurance for which premiums are the same each year as long as the policyholder lives  Ordinary life policy-

49  a type of insurance that has cash value and an investment feature as its common characteristics  Permanent insurance-

50  a term life insurance policy that allows the policyholder to continue the term insurance for one or more terms without taking a physical examination to determine whether she or he is still a good risk  Renewable policy-

51  a life insurance policy that provides financial protection against loss of life during a definite period of time  Term life insurance-

52  life insurance which provides both insurance protection and a substantial savings plan  Universal life insurance-

53  life insurance that lets the policyholder select from a range of investments  Variable life insurance-

54  permanent insurance extending over the insured’s lifetime  Whole life insurance-

55  a combination of hospital, surgical, and regular medical insurance  Basic health coverage-

56  a provision in which the insured pays a certain percentage of the costs above the deductible amount  Coinsurance clause-

57  insurance that combines hospital, surgical, regular, and major medical insurance into one policy  Comprehensive medical policy-

58  insurance that helps pay for normal dental care and covers dental injuries resulting from accidents  Dental insurance-

59  insurance the protects a worker against the loss of income because of a long illness or accident  Disability income insurance-

60  Insurance that pays most or all of the charges for room, food, and other hospital expenses.  Hospital insurance –

61  Insurance that provides benefits to cover part or all of the surgeons fee for an operation  Surgical insurance-

62  Insurance that pays for nonsurgical care given in a doctors office, the patients home, or a hospital  Regular medical insurance-

63  – Insurance that provides protection against the high costs of serious illnesses or injuries  Major medical insurance

64  Insurance that covers eye examinations, prescription lenses, frames, and contact lenses.  Vision care insurance –

65  Organizations that provide complete health care to their members for a fixed monthly payment.  Health Maintenance Organization-

66  A group of physicians a clinic, or a hospital that contracts to provide medical services to employees.  Preferred provider organization-

67  – Insurance that provides medical and survivor benefits to people injured, disabled or killed on the job.  Workers compensation

68  – Medical expenses assistance administered by state governments to financially needy families.  Medicaid

69  – Health Insurance provided by the federal government for people aged 65 and some disabled peoples.  Medicare

70  Who wants to cry?  Anyone? Nice Job! You’ll pass the test!


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