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  • n. The quality of being insurable.

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  • 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)


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  • We also know that when confronted with any illness, the more information you have, the more capable you will be in making decisions that can ultimately have an impact on a patient's healthcare and long-term insurability as well as your financial stability.


  • That means insurability of the business, jobs, infrastructure, the buildings, the liability—those are all the things that go with it.

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  • 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.

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  • Absent destructive price controls, insurers could address the pre-existing conditions problem with innovative products that guarantee your future insurability.

    Brian T. Schwartz: How to Insure Americans With Pre-Existing Conditions

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • I was trying to make the point that there are ways to mitigate the high cost of universal insurability.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Cost of Insurance “Reform”

  • 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?

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • This YRHT post responded to "conservatives" who didn't recognize the importance of insurability to South Louisiana's recovery.

    Archive 2007-04-01


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