Recent Examples of policyholder from the Web
That involved a different insurance policyholder — not Foutch Brothers or its co-defendants — a different building, a different policy and a different application, Foutch Brothers claimed in the filing.
One of the more frustrating is the paucity of insurance adjusters, which is threatening to anger policyholders and potentially delay the state’s rebuilding efforts.
These efforts are made more complicated by President Donald Trump’s repeated threats to eliminate subsidies used to lower deductibles for some ACA policyholders, which would raise premiums.
Over the last few days, California’s Department of Insurance has taken steps to speed up assistance to policyholders affected by the fires, Jones said.
And even the state's 1.7 million NFIP policyholders —35% of all the program's participants across the country — have reason for concern.
In addition, policyholders affected by Hurricane Harvey who have not been able to renew their policies will get a grace period of 120 days to do so, FEMA said.
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.
With a policy that has a $500 standard deductible, for example, the policyholder must pay the first $500 of the claim out of pocket.
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