In addition, your application may be cancelled because you did not take into account certain information requested by your insurance company. In this case, a lack of knowledge and neglect can cost you dearly. Check your insurer`s insurance functions instead of signing them without immersing yourself in the fine print. If you understand what you`re reading, you can make sure that the insurance product you sign up for covers you when you need it most. Domestic insurance is used to transport goods on land and on inland lakes. All insurance contracts are based on the concept of uberrima fides, or the doctrine of extreme good faith. This doctrine emphasizes the existence of reciprocal beliefs between the insured and the insurer. To simplify, when applying for insurance, it becomes your obligation to pass on your relevant facts and information to the insurer in complete truth. Similarly, the insurer cannot hide any information about the insurance coverage that is sold. Legal Accounting Standards (SAP) – a set of accounting standards established by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners for establishing legal accounts for insurance companies. Suppose, for example, that you do not know that your grandfather died of cancer, and therefore you did not reveal this essential fact in the family history questionnaire when you applied for life insurance; It`s an innocent secret. However, if you were aware of this essential fact and deliberately withheld it by the insurer, you are guilty of fraudulent non-disclosure. The immediate case shows once again the dangers of the current complex structuring of insurance policies.
Unfortunately, the insurance industry is addicted to the practice of constructing a condition or exception in the form of a Babel language tower in the policies. We join other courts and deplore a trend that plunges policyholders into a state of insecurity and places the task of resolving it on justice. We reaffirm our advocacy for clarity and simplicity in policies that serve such an important public service.  National insurer – an insurance company that has its statutory headquarters and is licensed in the state where it sells insurance. Life Benefits Cavalier – a driver who is affiliated with life insurance and offers long-term care for incurable patients. Limited Payment Life Insurance – a complete form of life insurance with a pre-defined number of premiums to pay. Preservation limit – the maximum amount of medical and hospital expenses that an insurer will bear on its own. The limit may be, for an individual right and/or for insurers, a total of rights, depending on the terms of the reinsurance contract. n. a contract (insurance policy) by which the insurer (insurance company) agrees to pay the insured a tax (insurance premiums) to pay the insured all or part of the damage suffered by accident or death.
Losses covered by the policy may include property damage resulting from an accident or fire, theft or intentional damage, medical expenses and/or loss of income due to bodily harm, long-term or permanent loss of physical capacity, the rights of others as a result of alleged negligence of the insured (e.g. B public civil liability insurance), loss of a ship and/or loading, finding of a lack of ownership, dishonest personnel or loss of life of a person.