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Owner's Title Policy is good for as long as you own the property. Lender Title Policy is good for the life of the loan. Construction Title Policy is good durin…g the construction period of the property through completion and typically only issued to the Builder during construction time. Therefore, if you bought a property, held it for 30 days and sold it, the Owner's Policy would insure you during that period and if there was a loan, the Loan Policy would insure the lender during that period. Since the life of the policy is good until the property is re-conveyed (new deed) or refinanced (new lender), YOU determine the length of term when changing one of the 2 conditions. If you are asking is there a discounted rate on title for holding a property for a short amount of time or flipping the property? The answer is "possibly". If the Seller has an Owner's Policy issued within the last 10 years from time of new sale, most states offer a re-issue rate vs basic rate ONLY if that Owner's Policy is provided to the title agency at the time the new title insurance is requested. NOTE: The reissue rate is availabe regardless of how long you keep the property, long or short term, as long as the prior Owner Policy is provided.
Dit is versekering wat uitgeneem word op risiko of skade wat gely kan word. Die versekerde persoon moet 'n verskerbare belang he in die eiendom wat hy versker. Dit verleen aan… die versekerde die gemoedsrus om met sy daaglikse werk aan te gaan. Short Term Health Insurance aka Short Term Medical Insurance is designed to provide coverage for healthcare costs for short periods (usually less than a year). These plans are very affordable and ideal for those who are un-employed, in-between jobs, fresh graduates and temporary workers. Plan Benefits include: In-patient & out-patient expenses due to sickness or injuries Prescription Drugs (some plans cover only in-patient drugs) Ambulance Costs X-Rays & Diagnostics Coverage can vary by state. Interestingly, in some states Short Term Health Insurance is not available. You can review a good sampling of plans at http://www.nriol.net/short-term-health-insurance/
1. Utmost Good Faith 2. Insurable interest 3. Indemnity 4. Subrogation 5. Contribution
Short Term Disability Insurance replaces a portion of your income should you become sick or injured and unable to work.
You received short term disability from your work place for a car accident if you settle with the insurance company that is responsible do you have to pay back the short term disability check?
It depends on the STD contract, so whether or not they can do this can vary from contract to contract. The first step is to ask the STD insurance company to provide you with… the exact wording in their policy which states that their liability is reduced due to auto insurance benefits and/or settlements. Typically such provisions will exist, but almost always it will specify that the reduction only includes the portion of the auto insurance payments that are made for lost wages (or "wage loss benefits" as they are often called). Other monies (such as for the damage to your car, for medical bills, your own lawyer's fees or pain and suffering if applicable) typically should NOT affect your STD benefit, even if they are co-mingled and paid out in a single check. Not always, but often (especially in richer STD contracts), the STD policy will specify only that "No-Fault Wage Loss" (and/or "No-Fault Wage Loss Benefits required by a state or other jurisdiction") will reduce their benefit. These wordings provide a higher (narrower) standard than just merely considering any wage loss benefits, and is a difference worth paying attention to. Whether or not the payments are No-Fault Wage Loss benefits vs. just regular Wage Loss benefits is something probably only the auto insurance company can answer, as it can get very complicated: Some states require no-fault wage loss coverage, some make it optional with special consequences, and driving in a state other than where you live, driving a rental car, a company-owned car, or simply a car that you do not own could also affect exactly what sort of wage loss benefits you are entitled to and how they are characterized. If the disability claims analyst is good at their job, they will verify with the auto insurer what the payments actually represent before making their determination. Most of the time they are correct, and it is likely that you will indeed need to pay some or all of those monies back to the STD insurer. That being said, I have seen in a few rare cases where the STD carrier attempted to collect wage loss auto benefits based on assumptions without actually verifying the details, and ended up being wrong. For example, if the no-fault wage loss auto benefits were purchased voluntarily (not required by law) and the STD analyst doesn't even realize that option is possible, they may make certain assumptions about how it is treated just because they've never seen it any other way. Due to the wording in the STD contract, it is possible that such (voluntary) wage-loss benefits in fact could meet the STD contract's definition of other individual (non-group) STD insurance and therefore untouchable, even though it happened to be purchased through an auto carrier. So you need to be careful and verify it yourself with the auto insurer, STD policy in hand, before you will know for sure if its being handled correctly. Contacting your insurance broker and/or an attorney may also provide you with additional counsel and advice.
Short term health insurance is for individuals that are between jobs and need coverage for only a short period of time. This is an awesome idea. The problem so many have is th…e inability to plan ahead. If you get a chronic condition while uninsured you may never get coverage for that condition. You can get very inexpensive short term coverage.
While you are on leave you have the option of continuing your insurance coverage under the same terms as when you were employed - provided your employer is bound by FMLA. Onc…e your FMLA leave expires and you remain disabled you can continue medical benefits via COBRA.
Well, every state is different, some states have a small period of time, some states will have a long period of time. Most states have give you seven days to register your veh…icle. The standard auto policy, which you usually have, covers your car for about a month.
Short term car insurance allows you to insure your car for a temporary period of time. For example Aviva can insure your car from 1 to 28 days. Short term car insurance is gre…at if you only need to cover your car for a short period of time.
Well, for short term insurance, it would be appropriate if for some reason you just left your full time insurance and you are looking for another full time insurance and you t…ake a short term insurance for a time.
It depends on what you want it to cover because it can cover your life, pets, your home, your car or many many more. so it depends what you want it to cover.
"Yes, an American can obtain short - term European car insurance while visiting in Europe. It is actually a great idea because if Europe has different policies."
Most auto insurance policies have an optional coverage called work loss coverage that will pay for some amount of temporary disability if you are injured in an auto accident a…nd have chosen to purchase this option on your policy.
The Money Supermarket website offers information about short term car insurance. The website has a directory of short term insurance providers and information about their off…ers.
A short term insurance benefits people who are between jobs, waiting for employer benefits, temporary or seasonal employees or a non-U.S. citizen temporarily living in the U.S….
You can find cheap short term car insurance online at the Cars Direct website. The Cars Direct website will allow you to browse insurance providers and get a quote to find the… cheapest short term car insurance available.