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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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Other points of concern can also be measured such as bolt holes, blades, attachment points, etc.
Patented PEM[R] R'ANGLE[R] self-clinching fasteners can be utilized to create strong right-angle attachment points in thin steel or aluminum assemblies.
As aggregate attachment points and costs have increased, along with policy issuing insurers more strictly applying collateral requirements for the unfunded portion of the risk that a captive or rent-a-captive retains, collateral requirements have also increased.
Its innovative contoured profile and thicker attachment points ensure that flexing takes place at the center of the arm instead of at the attachment points, where conventional arms fail most often.
The length (L) of each assembly shall be equal to the distance between the floating lifeline forward and after attachment points (D) multiplied by a factor of 1.05, plus 25 feet; that is L=(1.05xD)+25.
All technical stuffing motorcycle subjected to a thorough revision: here is a modified frame, an upgraded suspension with different attachment points, a new exhaust system, wings, saddle and tail.
The bag also offers ASIPS radio attachment points with dual antenna ports, quick-release shoulder straps, a removable, fully-adjustable padded waist belt, upper and lower compression straps, an adjustable sternum strap and hook-and-loop panel.
The Fishmaster arches were designed to fit any PWC and include attachment points for rod holders, GPS, fish-finders, VHF radio and a cooler.
A "complete" holster in it's own right, with two belt attachment points. If you can say "small-frame" and "revolver" in the same sentence, then you'll like it.
Some PPACA watchers have suggested that small employers may try to use self-insured plans and stop-loss programs with low attachment points to avoid having to comply with PPACA.
“Unnecessarily high attachment points of stop-loss insurance would reduce the economic benefits of self-insuring and throw employers back into the expensive traditional insurance marketplace,” he added.