1. You just endorsed your insurance policy, what have you done to it?
2. The declarations page of your auto policy states that your liability coverages are 100 300 100. What coverage does the last figure represent?
3. Your standard unendorsed plain-vanilla homeowner's insurance policy carries a $1,000 deductible. It does not ocver earthquakes. An earthquake causes $6,300 in damage to your home. How much would your insurance company pay for the cost of repairs?
4. The medical payments portion of your automobile policy (Coverage B) provides protection for who?
5. A bunch of items are stolen from your vehicle. They are valued at $4,800. Under what type of policy listed would this loss be covered?
6. I'll give you the definition, you tell me what I'm describing. The principle of insurance that provides that when a loss occurs, the insured should be restored to the approximate financial condition he or she occupied before the loss occurred, no better or no worse.
7. Another defintion. The cost to replace an item of property at the time of loss, less an allowance for depreciation.
8. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a valid contract, which an insurance policy is?
9. A mutual insurance company is owned by who?
10. You were in an accident that is not your fault. The other party either has no insurance or refuses to pay. Your insurance company pays for your damages and then has the right to go after the liable party for compensation. This is referred to as what?
11. Your gun collection is stolen from the gun cabinet in your home. The stolen items have a combined total value of $4500. Assuming your policy does not have a firearm exclusion, how much will your insurance company pay for this loss if you have a $1000 deductible?
12. You own the home, but you rent it to others. What type of policy do you need?
13. What do you call a condition or situation that presents a possibility of loss?
14. There is a section in any insurance policy which clarifies the meaning of certain terms used in the policy. What is this section referred to as?
15. What two coverages are typically provided in Aviation policies?
16. In a commercial auto policy, a motor carrier can be covered under the Truckers coverage form, when?
17. This is a written form that verifies a policy has been written. It provides a summary of the coverage provided under the policy. What is it called?
18. In most states, the signature of a licensed agent must appear on the policy to validate the contract. What is this concept called?
19. This Ocean Marine insurance provides coverage for physical damage to a ship, what is it called?
20. Which of these is not an insurance company?
21. An insurance company that only writes one line of business is known as a what?
22. This general term is used to describe policy conditions that specify what the insured and insurer must do after a loss.
23. In commercial insurance, this is the vanishing of property with no explanation.
24. Your policy coverages begin and end on a certain date. What is this referred to as?
25. This organization rates the financial stability of insurance companies doing business in the United States.