First things first. Without being even arguably facetious, it might be reasonably suggested that one highly specialized business company named the Good Sam Club should change its name to something else.
Insurers love words. That is evident from scrutiny of virtually any insurance policy ever created. Drafters take fundamental clauses and expand them through clarifiers, exclusionary phrasing, footnotes and riders. They bury language in pages of fine print.
If you’re old enough, you likely remember a time when you groused about forking over a $20 co-pay when you visited your doctor.
Now that your parent has fallen considerably ill, either physically or mentally, you know that you will likely not have the ability to provide the needed care on your own. As a result, you have started looking into long-term care options to determine what services may best suit your loved one's situation.
Say that you’re a smart and proactive Oklahoma entrepreneur who is hardly the type to leave business risks unaddressed. You flatly know that adverse possibilities need to be flagged and fully protected against through appropriate insurance coverage.
Unquestionably, the insurance umbrella is expansive and varied. That is, insureds seek protection against both known and unforeseeable risk across a broad realm that, if unguarded against, can reap devastating consequences. Imagine a cancer diagnosis for a patient lacking any type of health coverage. How could a homeowner lacking insurance protection carry on in the wake of a major fire or storm damage?