7 Types of Insurance

7 Types of Insurance

Types of Insurance Business are;

1.Life Insurance

Life Insurance is different from other insurance in the sense that, here, the subject matter of insurance is the life of a human being.

2.General Insurance

The general insurance includes Property Insurance, Liability Insurance, and Other Forms of Insurance.

3.Property Insurance

Under the property insurance property of person/persons are insured against a certain specified risk. The risk may be fire or marine perils, theft of property or goods damage to property at the accident.

4.Marine Insurance

Marine insurance provides protection against loss of marine perils. The marine perils are a collision with a rock, or ship, attacks by enemies, fire, and captured by pirates, etc. these perils cause damage, destruction or disappearance o’ the ship and cargo and non-payment of freight.

5.Fire Insurance

Fire Insurance covers the risk of fire. In the absence of fire insurance, the fire waste will increase not only to the individual but to the society as well.

With the help of fire insurance, the losses arising due to fire are compensated and the society is not losing much.

6.Liability Insurance

The general Insurance also includes liability insurance whereby the insured is liable to pay the damage of property or to compensate for the loss of persona; injury or death.

7.Social Insurance

The social Insurance is to provide protection to the weaker sections of the society who are unable to pay the premium for adequate insurance.

8.Personal Insurance

The personal insurance includes insurance of human life which may suffer loss due to death, accident, and disease

9.Property Insurance

The property of an individual and of the society is insured against loss of fire and marine perils, the crop is insured against an unexpected decline in deduction, unexpected death of the animals engaged in business, break-down of machines and theft of the property and goods.

10.Guarantee Insurance

The guarantee insurance covers the loss arising due to dishonesty, disappearance, and disloyalty of the employees or second party. The party must be a party to the contract.

11.Other Forms of Insurance

The examples of such insurances are export-credit insurances, State employees insurance, etc. whereby the insurer guarantees to pay a certain amount at the certain events.

12.Miscellaneous Insurance

The property, goods, machine, Furniture, automobiles, valuable articles, etc. can be insured against the damage or destruction due to accident or disappearance due to theft.

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