Insurance applications are important in the insurance marketplace. Applications are part of the risk analysis insurers make in determining whether they will issue a policy.
In the modern international business, it is common practice to have subsidiaries spread across the globe. The local subsidiary poses many advantages; allowing the business to meet local compliance requirements; insulate the rest of the group from local risks; and efficiently structure the tax burden of the local operation.
The New Hampshire family court’s forms for final decree on petition for divorce, legal separation, or dissolution of civil union (“final decree”) and the uniform support-standing order (USO) have sections regarding health insurance that must be completed by the parties or filled in by the court.
I have made it a point to blog about an insured’s responsibility when it comes to obtaining insurance policies and the right kind of coverage. In California, having the sole allegation that a broker or agent didn’t provide the right policy when an insured didn’t read the policy is usually a losing argument for liability upon the broker or agent.
If you read this blog, you have an interest in the very exciting subject of class actions against insurance companies. Either that or, more likely, it’s useful to your job to read the blog.