While a liability policy may insure against
a loss arising out of the subrogation claim MTS now faces, MTS chose not to procure such insurance.
"But I suspect the ideal time to insure against
Bank Rate increases is when the rate is low and not expected to rise," he says.
Reporter Steven Hepker wrote that at issue was the insurance company's claim that it does not insure against
mold or mildew.
David Wishart, of North-east based Lycetts Insurance Brokers, said: "Whilst most companies insure against
property damage, the majority are still not taking out cover against fraud.
These guys basically make their money by betting that the accidents we insure against
Surprisingly for a nation preoccupied by weather, only 15% of us would buy an insurance policy that pays out if it turns bad, while only 6% of men would insure against
losing their hair.
They pay pounds 52 a year of taxpayers' money to insure against
In addition, we offer a comprehensive Internet liability policy for larger or complex businesses that want to insure against
other Internet-related risks." Internet Basic fits with the technology underwriting unit's commercial general liability policy and insures against damages caused by wrongful acts.
I've been encountering novel combinations of a life insurance product with a casualty product to insure against
an unfavorable financial result.
Scandinavian airline SAS may have to ground flights if it cannot get government aid to insure against
terrorist attacks which are set to disappear from its cover.
The Coalition to Insure Against
Terrorism (CIAT), of which NAA/NMHC are members, has asked the U.S.
If your business needs a reliable source of capital to cover fixed costs, expand, or insure against
slow payers, considering potential A/R financing solutions should be high on your list of priorities.
Over the last two years there has been a sharp rise in the number of commercial leases that exclude a landlord's duty to insure against
acts of terrorism,according to Debbie Roberts, property partner at the North-West law firm.
In briefest outline, the plan is (1) to educate people about the risk and cost of long term care while they are still young enough, healthy enough, and prosperous enough to plan, save and insure, (2) to notify people simultaneously of the "LTC Contract" by which every American must acknowledge individual responsibility for his or her future long-term care expenses, (3) to extend to people who fail to insure against
this risk a line of credit fully collateralized by their estates which enables them to purchase LTC services in the private marketplace, and (4) to recover the cost of care funded by such lines of credit from the estates of people who failed to plan early, prepare diligently and insure fully.
to insure against
contracts disintegrating as a result of the conversion.