WHILE most of us insure
our homes or cars, celebrities have a different idea in mind when it comes down to covering their assets.
If Love Hewitt does insure
her 36C-size breasts, she would join a long list of celebrities who have insured their body parts.
MOST insurance firms refuse to insure
betting shops classing them as 'high risk', especially given the number of arson attacks and bomb explosions they have been subject to in recent years.
They've introduced new policies for those that have older vehicles to insure
, and they already offer warranties at rates that are well below dealer prices.
Actress America Ferrera's smile is worth $ 10 million while singer Tom Jones chose to insure
his chest hair for $ 7 million.
Conversely, he may agree to contractual terms that are not covered by his insurance policies and unknowingly self insure
The exclusions on the CGL form are standardized and represent those types of risk exposures that an insurer either cannot or does not want to insure
For example, a foreign captive may insure
the risks of only its parent corporation, and thus the arrangement may not be treated as insurance for Federal tax purposes.
This protects the insurer from ending up with an insured that it neither contracted for nor would want to insure
Your insurance agent should look for a way to insure
the part of the building that is in your care, custody and control (for example, through a legal liability coverage form).
This Additional Coverage does not insure
against shortage resulting from:
* Assure, insure
, ensure--"To assure means to make (someone else) confident about something when the element of doubt is present.