Definition of policyholder
: the owner of an insurance policy
Recent Examples of policyholder from the Web
The Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield legislation calls for annual audits of the nonprofit's reserve level, sets a range for their reserves and requires excess to be spent on policyholders.
One in every twelve deaths in male policyholders 45 and older was the result of cancer; for women of that age, the share was nearly one in six.
State law allows policyholders who need repairs to their homes to assign their rights to seek reimbursement from the insurance companies to third-party contractors.
Health insurance policyholders called on state regulators Wednesday to reject a double-digit rate increase sought for next year by Anthem Health Plans, calling it excessive and unaffordable.
In exchange, policyholders are empowered to make more informed decisions around the safety and maintenance of their home, and are eligible to receive discounts on their monthly premiums for installing Notion.
Cassidy's bill would allow policyholders to leave the NFIP for better rates in the private market, but also choose to return to the federal program at their grandfathered lower rates.
Policyholders with fair credit pay an average of 36 percent more for homeowners insurance than those with excellent credit.
Such insurance policies, which are common at large companies, generally cover negligence by the policyholder, said Linda Kornfeld, an attorney at Kasowitz Benson Torres.
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Definition of policyholder for English Language Learners
: a person who owns an insurance policy
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