How does insurance policy owner differ from beneficiary?

Answer An insurance policyholder is the person who buys a policy, while a beneficiary is the person or institution that will receive benefits---according to the face value of the policy---when the insured... Read More »

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Original owner bought policy then died it stated it only pays when his wife dies. His wife is not the beneficiary. She is mad and is going to give this policy away to favorite sibling. Is this legal?

Her dad Tony Curtis had 6 children. Jamie has one full sister and 4 half. One of her half brothers died.

Can a person be the registered owner of a vehicle but be excluded from the insurance policy?

That would mean your "Un-Insured". also known as "Failure to provide required Financial Responsibility". The owner of a vehicle can be held equally liable with the driver in the event of an accide... Read More »

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