Denying insurance can be a form of abuse

Fromson, Terry
October 1997
Best's Review / Life-Health Insurance Edition;Oct97, Vol. 98 Issue 6, p65
Trade Publication
Asserts that denying insurance to victims of domestic violence can be a form of abuse in the United States. Statement that insurer consideration of abuse in underwriting, rating and claims determination punishes women for being abused and impairs their ability to free themselves from abuse; Risk sharing in insurance.


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