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 What does operations mean to insurance?

Answer The activities of your business, in other words, what you do.
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What is completed operations in insurance terms?

General liability insurance protects manufacturers and contractors from injury lawsuits that may arise while they are producing goods for their customers. However, general liability is not always d... Read More »
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What does the term co-insurance mean on health insurance policies?

In health policies co-insurance is a percentage of covered expenses that insured is required to pay in addition to co-payment and deductible For example if you have an 80/20 plan, the insurance co... Read More »
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What is completed operations in general liability insurance?

The completed operations hazard defined in the commercial general liability insurance policy provides coverage for bodily injury and property damage arising out of work completed by the insured. Th... Read More »
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What does it mean for a pre-existing condition you have 63 days to get new insurance does this mean that you won't be covered for things like rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions unless you get i?

Answer That's correct.If you lose COBRA then you can get an Indivdual Plan from HIPAA, but it must be within the 63 days.
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