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What is the Definition of Fraud?

What is the Definition of Fraud?

Intentional lying or concealment by policyholders to obtain payment of an insurance claim that would otherwise not be paid, or lying or misrepresentation by the insurance company managers, employees, agents and brokers for financial gain.

Source: Insurance Handbook A guide to insurance: what it does and how it works |

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What is the Definition of Fraud?

What is the Definition of Fraud?

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Meaning of Per Stirpes Beneficiary Designation in Insurance Terms

A type of life insurance policy beneficiary designation in which the life insurance benefits are divided among a class of beneficiaries; for example, children of

the insured. The living members of the class and the descendants of any deceased members of the class share in the benefits equally. Contrast with Per capita beneficiary designation.

Meaning of Period Certain in Insurance Terms

The stated period over which an insurer makes periodic benefit payments under an annuity certain. (See Annuity certain)

Meaning of Personal Articles Floater in Insurance Terms

A policy or an addition to a policy used to cover personal valuables, like jewelry or furs.

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