Recent Examples of policyholder from the Web
If the insurance company were to raise any doubts about this fact, policyholders would understandably get nervous, change their behavior—maybe change companies.
Health plan departures Anthem will pull out of 16 of 19 of California’s pricing regions, affecting about 300,000 policyholders who purchase from the individual market, both on and off the exchange.
That baffles and infuriates policyholders, such as Clutter, who cannot figure out who is opposing their claims, or why.
There has also been talk that the federal government will not support outreach efforts to some types of potential policyholders, especially those in Latino communities.
But about 1,100 policyholders were still in an appeals process, with a neutral reviewer going over their claim.
To expedite claims processing, policyholders are asked to bring policy information, current contact information, date of loss and descriptions or photos of damage, if possible.
Just 1% of all policyholders are responsible for making 25% to 30% of the claims under the program.
The Texas Wind Insurance Association, the insurer of last resort on the Texas coast, had received more than 42,000 claims from policyholders as of late Monday, a spokeswoman said.
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