Private medical insurance
Private Medical InsuranceThis insurance which gives you access to private medical care in the event of injury or illness. This will not normally cover injuries or illnesses present prior to accepting a policy. The main downside to most of these plans is that you usually have to pay for hospital accommodation, surgeon's fees, and drugs or medication upfront and then receive a refund once your claim has been processed.
Private medical insuranceAn insurance policy which provides cover for the cost of private medical treatment. The policy may be taken out personally or individuals may benefit from a company-wide policy taken out by their employer.
Credit insuranceCredit insurance
Insurance against abnormal losses due to unpaid accounts receivable.
National InsuranceNational Insurance
A form of taxation, payable by employees, employers and the self employed, which is notionally to fund state benefits including pensions, sickness, unemployment and maternity. It is part of the state's social security system and ultimately controlled by the Department of Social Security.
Insurance agentInsurance agent
The insurance company representative and adviser who sells insurance policies.
Straight term insurance policyStraight term insurance policy
Term life insurance policy providing a fixed-amount death benefit over a certain number of years.
Stock insurance companyStock insurance company
An insurance company owned by a group of stockholders, who are not necessarily policyholders.
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first death insurance
Blanket insurance policy
accidental death insurance
Private Mortgage Insurance
Term life insurance
Buildings and contents insurance
Annual renewable term insurance
Marine Cargo Insurance
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