Insurance GlossaryThere are 155 entries in this glossary.
See "elimination period."
|Waiver of Premium||
A provision in some insurance contracts which enables an insurance company to waive the collection of premiums while keeping the policy in force if the policyholder becomes unable to work because of an accident or injury. The waiver of premium for disability remains in effect as long as the ensured is disabled.
|Whole Life Insurance||
Life insurance which might be kept in force for a person's whole life and which pays a benefit upon the person's death, whenever that might be.
|Least Expensive Alternative Treatment||
The amount an insurance company will pay based on its determination of cost for a particular procedure.