Insurance terms Matching. Help! I suck?
a) The payments that a policy holder is required to make
b) The protection ($ amount) you get from your policy
c) The preson who estimates the cost of the damage or injury
d) The printed document or contract
e) Protects you when something happens to your health or travel plans
f) the underwriter or salesperson representing the insurance company
g) an extra cost option to a basic policy that adds or excludes benefits
h) protects what you own, such as a vehicle or home
i) the amount you must pay on the claim before the insurance starts
j) protects you from being sued for negligence or damage
k) the description you give to the company when you want to collect insurances money
L) things that can happen that your policy covers on your behalf
- norcekriLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
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