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Attachment Point

The amount of money an insurer pays until the point at which supplemental insurance (which may come from another provider) begins to be paid. For example, if one purchases supplemental insurance with terms stating that coverage will begin after the policyholder's primary insurance exceeds $500,000 in claims, the attachment point is $500,000.
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For most of the experiments some of the basic requirements are identical: All of them need electrical power and attachment points where sensors, computers and various kinds of black boxes can be safely fixed.
Four attachment points allow you to carry your bow hands-free and keep loads balanced.
Three attachment points allow consumers to mount their action video cam at any preferred shooting angle: top, front or back.
Dual lanyard/ keychain attachment points and a spring steel pocket clip offer a multitude of carry options.
The coccyx bears our body weight when sitting down and provides attachment points for muscles of the pelvic and gluteal regions.
The Fishmaster arches were designed to fit any PWC and include attachment points for rod holders, GPS, fish-finders, VHF radio and a cooler.
Modest reductions in attachment points equate the payment-system fit of retrospective to concurrent risk adjustment.
The positioning of the lanyard attachment points allow the holders to be used for either upright or horizontal swipe cards.
Use of stop-loss insurance I with such low attachment points effectively gives nearly all the risk protection of a conventional health insurance policy without the consumer protections required for such policies.
California passed SB-161 in October of last year; that bill places limitations on attachment points in stop-loss policies for small employers (with fewer than 100 employees).
Designers added that the family-friendly ride provides a wide range of safety features including an electronic stability programme, an automatic brake suspension, four airbags, emergency braking assistance and an ISOFIX which is the international standard for attachment points for child safety seats in passenger cars.
For example, the 2011 Kaiser Family Foundation Survey reports attachment points of $78,321 for self-insured firms with 3-199 workers, and $208,280 for firms with 200 or more workers.