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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overinsure.


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  • "Unless the furniture is made out of gold, oftentimes you're overinsured on contents," says Fitzhugh.

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  • Meanwhile, you could be overinsured for other risks.

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  • The fact is that Americans are overinsured, and that is the primary driver of higher costs.

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  • My husband and I were both insured, and therefore I was overinsured.

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  • Many of you have it relatively well as I at 65 am through ex employer being forced on Medicare Advantage ($6000 year) along with $16,000 for Blue Shield rip off for covering family, coverage that was good enough for all four of us until Medicare being required – so now overinsured at $22,000 a year!

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  • * Dick Armey: “The largest empirical problem we have in health care today is too many people are too overinsured.”

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  • Still, rapid depreciation cuts into an aging car's value and increases the likelihood that it is overinsured.

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  • KITTY PILGRIM, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): President Bush says some people are overinsured with gold plated health coverage while others, 47 million, are without any health coverage at all.

    CNN Transcript Jan 23, 2007

  • Plus, I have an utter assload of insurance we are, intentionally, overinsured as I want my wife to be loaded if I die and my kids to be loaded if we both do.

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  • Less commonly, you may learn that you are overinsured—if an antique depreciates in value and replacement cost, or if you sell or give something away.



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