American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that holds an insurance contract or policy.
- n. a person who holds an insurance policy; usually, the client in whose name an insurance policy is written
“The manner in which insurers are able to provide adequate security to the policyholder is to create a capital base by "spreading the risk" of losses among several policyholders.”
“For a long time, a well-known problem in connection with insurance is that damage to insured objects depends not only on external factors such as weather and attempted theft, but also on the care taken by the policyholder, which is costly for an insurance company to monitor.”
“As Prof. Kaveny describes it, the "conscience-bearer" in this situation is the "policyholder," the insured woman who wants abortion insurance.”
“In RNS premium and deposits were very strong, I think $13 billion according to your kind of policyholder account balance reconciliation.”
“Curtis Campbell, a longtime policyholder of automobile insurance with State Farm Insurance Company, was in a serious automobile accident.”
“As with other reform proposals, it would would bar insurance companies from dropping a policyholder in the event of illness, add new protections for people with pre-existing conditions, and establish tax credits to help low - and middle-income families purchase insurance coverage, according to a source close to the negotiations.”
“· Would bar insurance companies from dropping a policyholder in the event of illness as long as that person had paid his or her premium in full.”
“The terms require this 57-year-old policyholder to pay premiums until they are 90 – or cancel and lose the £456 invested to date”
“- Conducting investigations with an eye toward rescission in every case in which a policyholder submits a claim relating to leukemia, breast cancer, or any of a list of 1,400 serious or costly medical conditions;”
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