Recent Examples of underinsured from the Web
Immunizations will be provided to school-age children for $21.90 each for uninsured or underinsured youngsters.
The national food company’s website says that natural disasters in 2017 turned the lives of nearly 5 million Americans upside down and that more than 60 percent of homeowners are underinsured when disaster strikes.
Consumer Group United Policyholders surveyed North Bay fire victims, and 66 percent said their dwelling was underinsured.
The nonprofit Ellicott City Partnership is raising money to help the uninsured or underinsured.
Uninsured or underinsured hospital or emergency room patients can face large bills for their services.
Plus, more than 1 in 5 Californians with coverage is considered underinsured — burdened with high deductibles or forced to spend an inordinate amount on a policy.
Proceeds all go directly to providing care for uninsured or underinsured patients.
With Congress and many Republican-run state governments trying their best to undermine the Affordable Care Act, the numbers of uninsured and underinsured Americans could rise over the next few years.
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legal Definition of underinsured
- an underinsured motorist
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