American Sign Language, if you want to say, “I am happy,” you
indicate yourself then sign “happy” then indicate yourself again.
Directly translated, you have signed, “I happy I.” In sign
language it makes sense to finish a short sentence that way to
indicate a conclusion. In spoken English we use certain verbs and
tones to complete a sentence or phrase. Insurance has its own
vocabulary and at Homer Smith Insurance we want to help you stay
occurrence has a slightly different meaning than an accident because
an occurrence can happen over a long period of time. If you suffered
a repetitive stress injury, such as carpal tunnel, from your job, the
strain would probably be considered caused by an occurrence.
you have something of value you can “schedule” it. This entails
getting an appraisal for the item and settling on a premium to cover
the item if it is stolen, lost, or damaged. The item is now a
“scheduled item.” If you own expensive jewelery, furs, art, or
instruments it is important that you are familiar with scheduling
items because you will want a replacement of the same caliber.
last term is a mouthful: Blanket Unscheduled Coverage:
you have items such as those enumerated above that you will want to
replace if stolen or damaged. And if these items are not worth an
impressive sum, you may want to discuss “blanket unscheduled
coverage” for a set of items such as all of your unscheduled
jewelery. You will still want to document your items with photographs
and appraisals if possible.
sign language, to indicate a question, make your index finger into a
hook and wiggle it slightly. Whether you need information about
Homeowners Insurance or Health
Insurance we are ready to answer your questions.
of Insurance Terms.
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Jack. Insurance for Dummies.
2nd ed. Indianapolis: Wiley Publishing Inc., 2009. 71-72. Print.