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Unit 6 - Insurance
Manage   Risk
Protect Against Potential Financial Loss
Automobile   Insurance: Features and Process
Insurance    Needs
“What Do You Think?”
              True or False
   One in 10 Americans visits the emergency room each year.
                                 False, 1 in 7
   Nearly 80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involve some form of driver
    inattention in the 3 seconds before the event.
                                     True
   Nearly one in three Americans will become disabled for one year or more before
    the age of 65.
                                 False, 1 in 5
   In the United States, an automobile is stolen every 60 seconds.
                             False, every 26 sec.
   Seventy percent of all fatal bicycle crashes involve head injuries.
                                    True
   Using lap and shoulder safety belts reduces the risk of fatal injury to front-seat
    auto occupants by 45% and the risk of moderate-to-critical injury by 50%.
                                     True
   Sixteen-year-old drivers have crash rates that are three times greater than
    those of 17-year-old drivers and five times greater than those of 18-year-old
    drivers.                        True
   A disabling injury occurs every minute.
                              False, 1 every sec.
Risk
   There are four options for protecting yourself from
    personal or financial loss:
         Avoid the Risk – if you are worried about flying, take a
          train
         Reduce the Risk – avoid being hurt in a car accident by
          wearing a seatbelt, not doing distracting things while
          driving, buy a heavier car with safety features, etc.
         Accept the Risk – if the amount or likelihood of a potential
          financial loss is small
         Share the Risk – for big financial risks, make monthly
          payments to an insurance company in exchange for
          promise to pay a portion of the expense should a personal
          or financial loss occur.
Insurance Policies
       Sharing the Risk (insurance)
          In exchange for a relatively small payment, you gain
           protection against a potentially large loss (house
           burning down, spending days in the hospital due to a
           car accident).
    1. Decide on an insurance policy – shop around, look for one
        with a good reputation, check consumer websites that rate
        how well insurance companies serve their clients.
           Decide the amount of coverage you want (few thousand to a few
            million) – amounts that exceed your limit are your responsibility,
            think twice about low level of coverage.
           Decided the amount of your deductible ($100 to $1,000) – “self-
            insurance.”
Insurance Policies
2. Pay your premium monthly, quarterly, semi-
    annually, or annually.
         You can afford to pay a couple hundred dollars a year a lot more
          than a couple hundred thousand dollars if your house burnt down.
       Premium is based on the type and amount of coverage you
        choose and varies from one insurance company to another.
       Age, marital status, whether you live in an urban or rural
        area, and your credit history are factors that affect your
        premium.
       Depending on the type of insurance, there are other factors,
        driving record and type of car you drive (auto insurance),
        how healthy you are and whether or not you smoke (health
        and life insurance).
Insurance Policies
3. Drive down your costs.
   Choose a reasonable coverage limit.
   Go for higher deductible (you’ll pay more if something happens, but
    your premiums will be lower).
   Ask if there is anything you can do to lower your risk (safety equipment
    in your car, smoke alarms in your house, non smoker, etc).
   Consider getting all of your policies from the same company.

4. Keep on File:
   Current insurance policies
   Premium statements
   Medical bills you’ve paid
   Inventory of your personal assets
   Documentation for any claims you’ve filed
Insurance Policies
    5. Keep in your purse or wallet:
            Auto insurance identification card
            Health insurance identification card
       When applying for insurance you need to be able to provide
        the insurance company with the following:
              name, address, birth date
              social security number
              how long you’ve had a valid driver’s license
              how you paid for your car
              vehicle identification number (VIN)
              car’s year, make, model, body style, and safety equipment
              history of speeding tickets and traffic violations
              insurance claims you’ve had and if they were your fault
              current insurance company name, liability coverage limit, policy expiration
               date
Managing the Possibility of Risk
   Michael moved into an apartment with his friend Terence. He
    brought with him a new desktop computer and an almost-new
    stereo system.
   Michael’s Uncle Jim, who is an insurance agent, told him that he
    should insure his property in case a fire starts or someone
    breaks into his apartment.
   Michael knows that it would cost him about $1,400 to replace his
    entire computer system and $700 to replace the stereo.
   How should he protect himself against the possible loss of this
    property?
     Write down 3 options he has and identify the method of
       managing risk (avoid, reduce, accept, or share) for each one.
     List as many advantages and disadvantages of choosing each
       option as you can.
Auto Insurance
       Legally required by all states to have a minimal level of auto
        insurance.
                 If you hurt someone else while driving, there is no limit to the
                  amount he or she can sue you for.
            Insurance for teenagers is expensive: premiums are based on
             the type of coverage you choose and the track record of other
             teenage drivers with similar characteristics.
            Factors that can raise or lower your premium:
                   Age
                   location
                   Gender
                   Driving record
                   Marital status
                   Claim record
                   Type of car
                   Credit history
                   How often you use your car
Auto Insurance
   Auto insurance is made up of several
    different types of coverage, representing
    different risks involved in driving a car.
       General liability
       Medical payments
       Collision
       Comprehensive (other non-collision damage)
       Uninsured motorist
       Underinsured motorist
       Add-ons (towing expenses and renting a car while
        yours is repaired)
Auto Insurance
       Conditions define your and the insurance company’s
        rights, duties, and responsibilities.
         In the event of a loss you must perform certain actions.
            Contact your insurance company promptly and provide
             honest information about what happened.
         Inform your insurer of any changes in your circumstances or
          vehicle.
       Cancellations
        An insurer can cancel your policy only if you fail to pay your
         premium, lose your driver’s license, lie on your insurance
         application, or fail to report a substantial change in your
         circumstances (buying a sports car to replace a family
         sedan).
        An insurance company can choose not to renew your policy
         for any reason.
Auto Insurance
       Insurance companies have a responsibilities
        to you.
        They are responsible for keeping you fully
         informed about your policy and your claims
        Treating you fairly
        Resolving complaints in a timely fashion
        Safeguarding your privacy.
If You Have an Accident
   Call your insurance agent right away.
   Your agent may send someone out to evaluate the damage.
   Your agent with contact your insurer’s claims adjuster – to
    investigate the claim and work with you to fix the damage,
    determine who is liable for the accident if another party is
    involved.
   Provide claims adjuster with copies of documentation of your
    auto repair and medical bills, police report, etc.
   Claims adjuster will make a recommendation to your
    insurance company.
   Your insurance company will then make a decision regarding
    your claim and let you know its final decision on what it will
    cover and how mush it will pay so you can get back on the
    road.
Other Types of Insurance
       Health insurance – pays medical bills when you or your family
        becomes sick or injured.
         If your parents have health insurance it will cover you until you’re
          19 or until age 23 if you’re a full-time student.
         Best way to get health insurance on your own is through your
          employer.

       Property insurance – protects your possessions such as
        clothes, furniture, electronics, appliances, sports equipment,
        and computers.
         Renters’ insurance if you do not own your own home.

       Life insurance – financial support for the people who depend
        on you in the event of your untimely death.
         Some are designed like an investment to increase in value.
Other Types of Insurance
       Disability insurance – you’re most valuable asset is your
        ability to earn a living. Protects your earning power – pays you
        an income when an illness prevents you from working for
        several weeks or even years.

       Liability insurance – protects you in case you are legally
        responsible for unintentionally injuring someone or damaging
        another’s property.
         Covers everything from legal fees to settlements in court cases.
         Homeowners’ and renters’ insurance includes liability coverage to
          some degree.
         You can also get additional protection through an “umbrella policy,”
          which will protect you in almost all areas of your life.
Other Types of Insurance
        and Who Buys It

   Boat insurance – boat owner
   Travel insurance – someone goes on a trip
   Wedding insurance – an engaged couple
   Malpractice insurance – doctors
   Errors and Omissions insurance – businesses that
    provide services
   Pet Health insurance – pet owners
   Kidnap and Ransom insurance – frequent travelers
    to unstable countries
Government Programs
   Social security is a retirement and disability program in which
    almost all workers in the U.S. are required to participate.

   Medicare is a federally sponsored health program for people over
    age 65 and individuals with disabilities.

   Medicaid is jointly funded by the federal and state governments
    to provide health coverage to low-income Americans.

   Many states require employers to pay into unemployment
    insurance, so if a worker is laid off, he or she will receive some
    income while seeking a new job.
Vocabulary
   Risk
          Chance of loss from some type of danger
   Risk Management
          How you deal with the chance of a potential personal or financial loss
   Insurance
          Guaranteeing your financial protection against various risks
   Insurance Policy
          Written contract detailing what an insurance company will cover, how much
           it will pay, and how much you will pay
   Premium
          Amount you pay for an insurance policy
   Coverage Limit
          Maximum amount the insurance company will pay if you file a claim
   Deductible
          Amount of a loss you must pay out of your own pocket before the insurance
           company will step in and pay the rest
   Conditions
          Define your and the insurance company’s rights, duties, and responsibilities

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Insurance

  • 1. Unit 6 - Insurance Manage Risk Protect Against Potential Financial Loss Automobile Insurance: Features and Process Insurance Needs
  • 2. “What Do You Think?” True or False  One in 10 Americans visits the emergency room each year. False, 1 in 7  Nearly 80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involve some form of driver inattention in the 3 seconds before the event. True  Nearly one in three Americans will become disabled for one year or more before the age of 65. False, 1 in 5  In the United States, an automobile is stolen every 60 seconds. False, every 26 sec.  Seventy percent of all fatal bicycle crashes involve head injuries. True  Using lap and shoulder safety belts reduces the risk of fatal injury to front-seat auto occupants by 45% and the risk of moderate-to-critical injury by 50%. True  Sixteen-year-old drivers have crash rates that are three times greater than those of 17-year-old drivers and five times greater than those of 18-year-old drivers. True  A disabling injury occurs every minute. False, 1 every sec.
  • 3. Risk  There are four options for protecting yourself from personal or financial loss:  Avoid the Risk – if you are worried about flying, take a train  Reduce the Risk – avoid being hurt in a car accident by wearing a seatbelt, not doing distracting things while driving, buy a heavier car with safety features, etc.  Accept the Risk – if the amount or likelihood of a potential financial loss is small  Share the Risk – for big financial risks, make monthly payments to an insurance company in exchange for promise to pay a portion of the expense should a personal or financial loss occur.
  • 4. Insurance Policies  Sharing the Risk (insurance)  In exchange for a relatively small payment, you gain protection against a potentially large loss (house burning down, spending days in the hospital due to a car accident). 1. Decide on an insurance policy – shop around, look for one with a good reputation, check consumer websites that rate how well insurance companies serve their clients.  Decide the amount of coverage you want (few thousand to a few million) – amounts that exceed your limit are your responsibility, think twice about low level of coverage.  Decided the amount of your deductible ($100 to $1,000) – “self- insurance.”
  • 5. Insurance Policies 2. Pay your premium monthly, quarterly, semi- annually, or annually.  You can afford to pay a couple hundred dollars a year a lot more than a couple hundred thousand dollars if your house burnt down.  Premium is based on the type and amount of coverage you choose and varies from one insurance company to another.  Age, marital status, whether you live in an urban or rural area, and your credit history are factors that affect your premium.  Depending on the type of insurance, there are other factors, driving record and type of car you drive (auto insurance), how healthy you are and whether or not you smoke (health and life insurance).
  • 6. Insurance Policies 3. Drive down your costs.  Choose a reasonable coverage limit.  Go for higher deductible (you’ll pay more if something happens, but your premiums will be lower).  Ask if there is anything you can do to lower your risk (safety equipment in your car, smoke alarms in your house, non smoker, etc).  Consider getting all of your policies from the same company. 4. Keep on File:  Current insurance policies  Premium statements  Medical bills you’ve paid  Inventory of your personal assets  Documentation for any claims you’ve filed
  • 7. Insurance Policies 5. Keep in your purse or wallet:  Auto insurance identification card  Health insurance identification card  When applying for insurance you need to be able to provide the insurance company with the following:  name, address, birth date  social security number  how long you’ve had a valid driver’s license  how you paid for your car  vehicle identification number (VIN)  car’s year, make, model, body style, and safety equipment  history of speeding tickets and traffic violations  insurance claims you’ve had and if they were your fault  current insurance company name, liability coverage limit, policy expiration date
  • 8. Managing the Possibility of Risk  Michael moved into an apartment with his friend Terence. He brought with him a new desktop computer and an almost-new stereo system.  Michael’s Uncle Jim, who is an insurance agent, told him that he should insure his property in case a fire starts or someone breaks into his apartment.  Michael knows that it would cost him about $1,400 to replace his entire computer system and $700 to replace the stereo.  How should he protect himself against the possible loss of this property?  Write down 3 options he has and identify the method of managing risk (avoid, reduce, accept, or share) for each one.  List as many advantages and disadvantages of choosing each option as you can.
  • 9. Auto Insurance  Legally required by all states to have a minimal level of auto insurance.  If you hurt someone else while driving, there is no limit to the amount he or she can sue you for.  Insurance for teenagers is expensive: premiums are based on the type of coverage you choose and the track record of other teenage drivers with similar characteristics.  Factors that can raise or lower your premium:  Age  location  Gender  Driving record  Marital status  Claim record  Type of car  Credit history  How often you use your car
  • 10. Auto Insurance  Auto insurance is made up of several different types of coverage, representing different risks involved in driving a car.  General liability  Medical payments  Collision  Comprehensive (other non-collision damage)  Uninsured motorist  Underinsured motorist  Add-ons (towing expenses and renting a car while yours is repaired)
  • 11. Auto Insurance  Conditions define your and the insurance company’s rights, duties, and responsibilities.  In the event of a loss you must perform certain actions.  Contact your insurance company promptly and provide honest information about what happened.  Inform your insurer of any changes in your circumstances or vehicle.  Cancellations  An insurer can cancel your policy only if you fail to pay your premium, lose your driver’s license, lie on your insurance application, or fail to report a substantial change in your circumstances (buying a sports car to replace a family sedan).  An insurance company can choose not to renew your policy for any reason.
  • 12. Auto Insurance  Insurance companies have a responsibilities to you.  They are responsible for keeping you fully informed about your policy and your claims  Treating you fairly  Resolving complaints in a timely fashion  Safeguarding your privacy.
  • 13. If You Have an Accident  Call your insurance agent right away.  Your agent may send someone out to evaluate the damage.  Your agent with contact your insurer’s claims adjuster – to investigate the claim and work with you to fix the damage, determine who is liable for the accident if another party is involved.  Provide claims adjuster with copies of documentation of your auto repair and medical bills, police report, etc.  Claims adjuster will make a recommendation to your insurance company.  Your insurance company will then make a decision regarding your claim and let you know its final decision on what it will cover and how mush it will pay so you can get back on the road.
  • 14. Other Types of Insurance  Health insurance – pays medical bills when you or your family becomes sick or injured.  If your parents have health insurance it will cover you until you’re 19 or until age 23 if you’re a full-time student.  Best way to get health insurance on your own is through your employer.  Property insurance – protects your possessions such as clothes, furniture, electronics, appliances, sports equipment, and computers.  Renters’ insurance if you do not own your own home.  Life insurance – financial support for the people who depend on you in the event of your untimely death.  Some are designed like an investment to increase in value.
  • 15. Other Types of Insurance  Disability insurance – you’re most valuable asset is your ability to earn a living. Protects your earning power – pays you an income when an illness prevents you from working for several weeks or even years.  Liability insurance – protects you in case you are legally responsible for unintentionally injuring someone or damaging another’s property.  Covers everything from legal fees to settlements in court cases.  Homeowners’ and renters’ insurance includes liability coverage to some degree.  You can also get additional protection through an “umbrella policy,” which will protect you in almost all areas of your life.
  • 16. Other Types of Insurance and Who Buys It  Boat insurance – boat owner  Travel insurance – someone goes on a trip  Wedding insurance – an engaged couple  Malpractice insurance – doctors  Errors and Omissions insurance – businesses that provide services  Pet Health insurance – pet owners  Kidnap and Ransom insurance – frequent travelers to unstable countries
  • 17. Government Programs  Social security is a retirement and disability program in which almost all workers in the U.S. are required to participate.  Medicare is a federally sponsored health program for people over age 65 and individuals with disabilities.  Medicaid is jointly funded by the federal and state governments to provide health coverage to low-income Americans.  Many states require employers to pay into unemployment insurance, so if a worker is laid off, he or she will receive some income while seeking a new job.
  • 18. Vocabulary  Risk  Chance of loss from some type of danger  Risk Management  How you deal with the chance of a potential personal or financial loss  Insurance  Guaranteeing your financial protection against various risks  Insurance Policy  Written contract detailing what an insurance company will cover, how much it will pay, and how much you will pay  Premium  Amount you pay for an insurance policy  Coverage Limit  Maximum amount the insurance company will pay if you file a claim  Deductible  Amount of a loss you must pay out of your own pocket before the insurance company will step in and pay the rest  Conditions  Define your and the insurance company’s rights, duties, and responsibilities