A insurance company, insurance carrier or insurer licensed to conduct business in a state.
An life insurance company, or underwriter, in life insurance terminology, is a company that assumes the risk and expenses in the event of a policyholder's death.
a domestic company in the state in which it is incorporated
a mutual holding company when its policyholders own it
The insurance company that issues an insurance policy and guarantees the obligations of the administrator. (See also A.M. Best)
This is a company that provides your insurance policy and will handle your claims.
The company that issues an insurance policy and guarantees the obligations of coverage under the service contract or mechanical breakdown policy.
a business that issues insurance policies to individuals and companies
A company that takes on insurance risks by offering policies in return for the payment of premiums. Insurance Companies may be ‘mutual' (owned by the policyholders) or ‘proprietary' (owned by shareholders).
A company that takes on risks under the policies it sells in return for the payment of premiums. Companies may be "mutual" (owned by the policyholders) or "proprietary" (owned by the shareholders).
A company which insures people and/or property Look for ABI members in the UK
The company providing the insurance coverage.
A company which, in exchange for a fee (known as a premium), agrees to pay all legitimate claims that may arise under your policy.
A life insurance company, is the company that assumes the risk and expenses in the event of a insured's death.
A company that takes on risk within the insurance policies it sells in return for the premiums.