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  • Package Policy: A combination of two or more individual polices or coverages into a single policy. A homeowners policy, for example, is a package combining property, liability and theft coverages for the homeowner.

  • Paid-up Insurance:Insurance on which all required premiums have been paid. The term is frequently used to mean the reduced paid-up insurance available as a nonforfeiture option.

  • Paramedical Examination:Physical examination of an applicant by a trained person other than a physician.

  • Partial Disability: The result of an illness or injury which prevents an insured from performing one or more of the functions of his/her regular job.

  • Partial Disability: A benefit sometimes found in disability income policies providing for the payment of reduced monthly income in the event the insured cannot work full time and/or is prevented from performing one or more important daily duties pertaining to his occupation.

  • Participating Insurance: Insurance issued by an insurance company providing participation in dividend distribution.

  • Participating Policy: A life insurance policy under which the company agrees to distribute to policyholders the part of its surplus which its Board of Directors determines is not needed at the end of the business year. Such a distribution serves to reduce the premium the policyholder had paid. (See also: Policy dividend; Nonparticipating policy).

  • Participating Policy: One under which the policy owner is entitled to receive shares of the divisible surplus of the insurer. Such shares are commonly called dividends.

  • Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC): The Federal body responsible for administering the plan termination insurance program under ERISA.

  • Pension Benefits: A series of payments to be provided in accordance with the plan of benefits.

  • Pension Plan: A plan established and maintained by an employer, group of employers, union or any combination, primarily to provide for the payment of definitely determinable benefits to participants after retirement.

  • Percentage Participation: A provision in a health insurance contract that the insurer and insured will share covered losses in agreed proportions. Also see Coinsurance.

  • Peril: The cause of a loss insured against in a policy.

  • Peril: The cause of a possible loss, such as fire, windstorm, theft, explosion, or riot.

  • Permanent Life Insurance: A phrase used to cover any form of life insurance except term; generally insurance that accrues cash value, such as whole life or endowment.

  • Persistency: A term used to refer to the length of time insurance remains continuously in force.

  • Persistency: The degree to which policies stay in force through the continued payment of renewal premiums.

  • Personal Articles Floater: A form of coverage designed to meet the needs for insurance on property of a moveable nature. The coverage usually protects against all physical loss, subject to special exclusions and conditions. Examples of property covered include jewelry, furs, silverware, fine arts.

  • Personal Injury Protection (PIP): First-party no-fault coverage in which an insurer pays, within the specified limits, the wage loss, medical, hospital and funeral expenses of the insured.

  • Personal Lines: Those types of insurance, such as auto or home insurance, for individuals or families rather than for businesses or organizations.

  • Personal representative: A person appointed through the will of a deceased or by a court to settle the estate of one who dies.

  • Physical Damage: Damage to or loss of the auto resulting from collision, fire, theft or other perils.

  • Physician's Expense Insurance: Coverage which provides benefits toward the cost of such services as doctor's fees for nonsurgical care in the hospital, at home or in a physician's office, and X-rays or laboratory tests performed outside the hospital. (Also called Regular Medical expense Insurance.)

  • Plan Administrator: The person or persons controlling the money or property contributed to the plan, usually designated in the plan agreement.

  • Point-of-Service Plans: Often known as open-ended HMOs or PPOs, these plans permit insureds to choose providers outside the plan yet are designed to encourage the use of network providers.

  • Policy: The printed legal document stating the terms of the insurance contract that is issued to the policyholder by the company.

  • Policy: A contract of insurance.

  • Policy: The legal document issued by the company to the policyholder, which outlines the conditions and terms of the insurance; also called the policy contract or the contract.

  • Policy Dividend: A refund of part of the premium on a participating life insurance policy reflecting the difference between the premium charged and actual experience.

  • Policy Loan: A loan made by a life insurance company from its general funds to a policyholder on the security of the cash value of a policy.

  • Policy Reserves: The measure of the funds that a life insurance company holds specifically for fulfillment of its policy obligations. Reserves are required by law to be so calculated that, together with future premium payments and anticipated interest earnings, they will enable the company to pay all future claims.

  • Policy Term: That period for which an insurance policy provides coverage.

  • Policyholder: The person who owns a life insurance policy. This is usually the insured person, but it may also be a relative of the insured, a partnership or a corporation.

  • Policyholder: A person who pays a premium to an insurance company in exchange for the insurance protection provided by a policy of insurance.

  • Policyholders' Surplus: Sum left after liabilities are deducted from assets. Sums such as paid-in capital and special voluntary reserves are also included in this term. This surplus is an additional financial protection to policyholders in the event a company suffers unexpected or catastrophic losses. In effect, it is the financial base that permits a company to sell insurance.

  • Pollution Liability: Exposure to lawsuits for injury or cleanup costs that result from pollution damage.

  • Pool: An organization of insurers or reinsurers through which particular types of risk are underwritten and premiums, losses and expenses are shared in agreed-upon amounts.

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