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- n. The quality of being uninsurable.
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- n. the quality of being uninsurable; the conditions under which an insurance company will refuse to issue insurance to an applicant (based on standards set by the insurance company)
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Your future uninsurability is guaranteed, once off a plan.
In addition, females will not be denied coverage because of a pre-existing medical condition, including breast cancer, pregnancy, or evidence of "uninsurability" such as being a victim of domestic violence.
No, the housing bust was caused by people who could not afford their mortgage payments buying housing, much of it prone to Natural Disaster, and in Florida subject to uninsurability or vulnerable to rising sea levels.
Howard, you mentioned the uninsurability that she now faces in Hollywood.
Perhaps it only puts you at risk for later kidney disease (which would explain the issues raised about not being insurable if you donate), but I’m fairly certain I recall a physician telling me years ago that donating basically assures you of eventual kidney dysfunction (which would most certainly explain the uninsurability).