Did you mayhaps mean instability?
- n. The quality of being insurable.
- n. the quality of being insurable; the conditions under which an insurance company will issue insurance to an applicant (based on standards set by the insurance company)
“That means insurability of the business, jobs, infrastructure, the buildings, the liability—those are all the things that go with it.”
“And, regardless of how much information you provide them, young adults are unlikely to properly weigh the value of some long-in-the-future insurability issue vs. saving money now by not buying insurance.”
“Absent destructive price controls, insurers could address the pre-existing conditions problem with innovative products that guarantee your future insurability.”
“A recent heart attack, bypass or valve surgery will result in a drop in insurability and an increase of 25% to 100% or more in premiums over standard, or average, risk policies.”
“Prof. John H. Cochran from the University of Chicago in his op-ed in the Wall Street Journal proposed Health Status Insurance as an umbrella insurance securing lifetime insurability in the event one develops a pre-existing conditions.”
“The "pre-existing conditions" insurability problem is addressed by establishing a relatively high (and possibly adjustable) level of tax deductibility for catastrophic insurance premiums (see 2 above and e. below), and bringing charity (voluntary outlays) for those with such conditions into play for reimbursement for service providers.”
“I was trying to make the point that there are ways to mitigate the high cost of universal insurability.”
“Do you think the powers-that-be didn't understand the important link between South Louisiana's insurability and a strong Federal commitment to Cat 5 Storm protection?”
“This YRHT post responded to "conservatives" who didn't recognize the importance of insurability to South Louisiana's recovery.”
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Looking for tweets for insurability.