Life Insurance policies are legal contracts, the terms of which describe the limitations of the events that are covered. Specific exclusions are often written into the language of the document, indemnifying the policy issuer against claims relating to war, suicide, civil commotion and rioting. Policy types mainly fall into two categories, Protection and Investment policies.
Protection policies provide a benefit in the case of a specific event, then provide payment in one lump sum (referred to as term insurance), while Investment policies’ main objective is to increase the capital by regular premiums or payments (referred to as whole life, variable life and universal life policies). Most life insurance companies offer a variety of products to a wide variety of people, thus mitigating their overall exposure.
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