In September 2015, the judge granted an injunction prohibiting HHS from requiring fixed indemnity
insurance buyers to have minimum essential coverage.
In his new role, Prince will be responsible for developing a range of specialist professional indemnity
products, insuring clients of all sizes and across a wide range of sectors.
Male nurses tended to have a higher average paid indemnity
at $55,175 vs.
Nurses who reported that patient notes were underused or not noticed had a higher level of claims (41.5%), but the average indemnity
payments were similar to those for all of the survey respondents.
* What are the forecast market sizes and growth rates for professional indemnity
insurance to 2019?
Myth or Reality: An increase in remote workers has an insignificant impact on indemnity
Implied (or "equitable") indemnity
is an obligation imposed by a court instead of a contract.
The board of directors of Erie Indemnity
Company (NASDAQ: ERIE) said it has set the management fee rate charged to Erie Insurance Exchange, approved an increase in shareholder dividends, and declared the quarterly dividend.
clause is a contractual provision in which one party agrees to answer for any specified or unspecified liability or harm that the other party might incur, according to Black's Law Dictionary, Eighth Edition.
It's been a very gradual evolution toward indemnity
triggers, but this has been going on for a number of years.
X entered into an indemnity
agreement that indemnified Sub-Y1 and Sub-Y2 on their payment guarantees.
Unite said the proposals 'smack of inequality' and that the sub-text to the proposals in the Health Care and Associated Professions (Indemnity
Arrangements) Order 2013, is aimed at lessening the costs for private firms 'gobbling up' lucrative NHS contracts.