Contracts between insurers and individuals or corporations that determine the claims an insurer is legally required to pay.

The amount of money an individual or business pays for an insurance policy.

Legal claims that an insurance company has over settlement claims when paying the injured party's bills.

Loans issued against an individual's death benefits and used as collateral by life insurance companies.

Insurance in which a single policy covers an entire group of people. Typically, the primary policyholder is an employer or labor organization whose policy covers its employees or members of the group.

A type of insurance that provides financial protection against physical damage or bodily injury resulting from traffic collisions.

Health insurance is a type of insurance coverage that typically pays for medical, surgical, prescription drug, and sometimes dental expenses incurred by the insured.

Insurance that pays out a sum of money either on the death of the insured person or after a set period.