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At Atlantic Insurance Group, we’re firm believers in “knowledge is power.” We hope you’ll take a moment and explore the resources provided below. We look forward to the privilege to work with you to tailor an insurance program that truly meets your needs and provides you with sound coverage and peace of mind.
There are currently 9 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
The person named in the policy, to whom the insurance money is paid at the death of the insured.
A written or oral contract issued temporarily to place insurance in force when it is not possible to issue a new policy or endorse the existing policy immediately. A binder is subject to the premium and all the terms of the policy to be issued.
Bodily Injury Benefit Coverage
This automobile coverage is designed to protect the insured and any passengers in this car against loss by reason of bodily injury or death caused by the owner or operator of an uninsured automobile (or a "hit-and-run"). Also called uninsured motorist coverage.
Bodily Injury Coverage
This coverage, often called "public liability insurance", protects an insured against legal liability for injury to the person of another arising from an accident.
A policy affording more liberal benefits, or in fire insurance, an endorsement that grants broader or additional coverage's to a basic policy; usually added to a standard fire and extended coverage policy. For example, on a dwelling policy, it usually adds the following: vandalism, glass breakage, falling trees, weight of ice, snow or sleet, collapse. If added to a commercial fire policy, it might include vandalism, falling objects, weight of ice, snow or sleet, and collapse.
A representative of the insured in placing insurance with companies. He is paid a commission by the company or its agent. Often a broker also is a licensed "agent" for one or more companies.
Builder's Risk Insurance
Insurance against loss resulting from damage to buildings and to materials incidental to construction, including machinery and equipment, while the buildings are under construction.
Breaking and entering into the premises of another for the purpose of stealing with visible signs of forced entry.
Business Insurance (Life)
Insurance concerned primarily with the protection of an insured business or vocation. Business insurance protects a business against the loss of its valuable lives or key men; stabilizes the business through the establishment of better credit relations; and provides a practical plan for the retirement of business interest in the event of the death of one of the owners.