from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who has or is covered by an insurance policy. Also called assured.
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- adj. Covered by an insurance policy.
- n. A person covered by an insurance policy.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of insure.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered by insurance
- n. a person whose interests are protected by an insurance policy; a person who contracts for an insurance policy that indemnifies him against loss of property or life or health etc.
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That has become much tougher because lenders have tightened standards, but Mr. Wagner says the growing availability of U. S.-insured loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration is helping.
From where I sit, the person insured is getting screwed by the insurer, and the government refuses to enforce the law.
Requiring a contractor to be insured is really the main good thing about licensing of contractors in Maryland.
The point of being insured is to protect you from being ruined by serious medical problems.
Prohibit insurers from denying or cancelling coverage if an insured is sick, and see how the insurers respond.
Biden touted a variety of steps made by the Obama administration to help younger voters, such as protecting college students from the predatory practices of credit card companies, allowing them to remain insured by their parents 'health care plans until they're 26 and expanding access to college grants and loans.
I don't have a problem with accepting some portion of the balance owing, but when you have an 80/20 program but the insurance company denies payment on certain charges though their "of covered benefit" clause, those denials become the insured's responsibility thus changing what the insured is responsible for and any sense of an 80/20 responsibility assignment ... and in my mind, that's fraud ...
I also make a distinction between high-deductible insurance (which truly is insurance) and insured from the start plans.
The only way that that can happen for those are already insured is to have a robust public option, she said.
What the lease system has insured is a strong economic incentive for landowners to improve habitat and resist selling to developers.