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  • Face Amount: The amount stated on the face of the policy that will be paid in case of death or at the maturity of the policy. It does not include additional amounts payable under accidental death or other special provisions, or acquired through the application of policy dividends.

  • Facility: A pooling mechanism for insureds not able to obtain insurance in the voluntary market. Insurers write and issue policies but cede premium and losses on those policies to a central pool in which all insurers share.

  • Facility of Payment: A contractual provision that allows the insurer, under stated conditions, to pay insurance benefits of up to $1,000 to a person or persons other than the insured, the designated beneficiary, or the insured's estate.

  • Factory Mutual: Mutual insurance company insuring only properties that meet high underwriting standards. Emphasizes loss prevention.

  • Facultative Reinsurance: A type of reinsurance in which the reinsurer can accept or reject any risk presented by an insurance company seeking reinsurance.

  • FAIR Plan: A facility, operating under a program of the government and the insurance industry, to make fire insurance and other forms of property insurance readily available to persons and businesses for whom such insurance is not easily available or affordable.

  • FAIR Plan: A facility, operating under a government-insurance industry cooperative program, to make fire insurance and other forms of property insurance readily available to persons who have difficulty obtaining such coverage.

  • Fair premium: the premium level that is just sufficient to fund an insurer's expected costs and provide insurance company owners with a fair return on their invested capital.

  • Fair Rental Value: Amount payable to an insured homeowner for loss of rental income due to damage that makes the premises uninhabitable.

  • Family Expense Policy: A policy which insures both the policyholder and his/her immediate dependents (usually spouse and children ).

  • Family Income Policy: Special life insurance policy combining decreasing term and whole life insurance that pays a monthly income of $10 for each $1000 of life insurance if the insured dies within the specified period. The monthly income is paid to the end of the period, at which time the face amount of insurance is paid.

  • Family Policy: A life insurance policy providing insurance on all or several family members in one contract, generally whole life insurance on the principal breadwinner and small amounts of term insurance on the other spouse and children , including those born after the policy is issued.

  • Family Purpose Doctrine: Concept that imputes negligence committed by immediate family members while operating a family car to the owner of the car.

  • Farm Mutual: Local mutual insurance company that insures farm property in a limited geographical area primarily through assessable policies.

  • Farmowners-Ranchowners Policy: A package policy for a farm or a ranch, providing property and liability coverages against personal and business losses.

  • Federal Crime Insurance: Insurance against burglary, larceny, and robbery losses offered by the federal government where the Federal Insurance Administration has determined that an insurance availability problem exists.

  • Federal Crop Insurance: Comprehensive coverage at rates subsidized by the federal government for unavoidable crop losses, including those that result from hail, wind, excessive rain, drought, freezes, plant disease, snow, floods, and earthquake.

  • Federal Flood Insurance: Insurance sold by private insurers with rates subsidized by the federal government to persons who reside in flood zones and whose community joins the program and agrees to establish and enforce flood control and land-use measures.

  • Federal Surety Bond: Type of surety bond required by federal agencies that regulates the actions of business firms. It guarantees that the bonded party will comply with federal standards, pay all taxes or duties accrued, or pay any penalty if the bondholder fails to pay.

  • Federal-servant Doctrine: Common law defense blocking an injured employee from collecting workers compensation benefits if he or she sustained an injury caused in any way by the negligence of a fellow worker.

  • Fidelity Bond: A form of protection which reimburses an employer for losses caused by dishonest or fraudulent acts of employees.

  • Fiduciary: A person who holds something in trust for another.

  • Fidelity Bond: Bond that protects an employer against dishonest or fraudulent acts of employees, such as embezzlement, fraud, or theft of money.

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