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Did you know that:Twenty-seven percent of men and 14% of women had no office visits to a doctor or other health professional in the past 12 months.
Did you know that:Thirty-two percent of Hispanic men did not have a usual place of health care compared with 22% of non-Hispanic black men and 19% of non-Hispanic white men. Twenty-two percent of Hispanic women were without a usual place of health care compared with 13% of non-Hispanic black women and 11% of non-Hispanic white women.
Did you know that:According to the U.S. Coast Guard, The most common types of vessels involved in reported accidents were open motorboats (46%), personal watercraft (22%), and cabin motorboats (14%).
Did you know that:According to the U.S. Coast Guard, Operator inattention, operator inexperience, excessive speed, improper lookout and alcohol rank as the top five primary contributing factors in accidents.
Did you know that:According to the U.S. Coast Guard, Eighteen children under age thirteen lost their lives while boating in 2009. 50% of the children who died in 2009 died from drowning. 44% of those who drowned were wearing a life jacket as required to do so by state law.
Did you know that:Nineteen percent of adults living in the West and 20% of adults living in the South were without a usual place of health care compared with 14% in the Midwest and 13% in the Northeast.
Did you know that:According to the U.S. Coast Guard, The 12,721,541 boats registered by the states in 2009 represent a 0.23% increase from last year when 12,692,892 boats were registered.
Did you know that:According to the U.S. Coast Guard, Alcohol use is the leading contributing factor in fatal boating accidents; it was listed as the leading factor in 16% of the deaths.
Did you know that:When results are considered by single race and ethnicity, 30% of Hispanic adults had no visits to a doctor or other health professional in the past 12 months compared with 22% of non-Hispanic black adults and 17% of non-Hispanic white adults.
Did you know that:Overall, 20% of adults aged 18 years and over did not make an office visit to a doctor or other health professional in the past 12 months, 16% had one office visit, 26% had 2–3 visits, 25% had 4–9 visits, and 14% had 10 or more visits.
Tort - A private wrong or harm committed against another, resulting in legal liability. A tort is either intentional or accidental. Automobile liability insurance is purchased to protect one from suits arising from unintentional torts.
Tortfeasor - One who commits a tort.
Total disability - Frequently defined as the inability to perform any of the duties of one's occupation.
Third Party Insurance - The Defendant's (other person's) insurance.
Term - Generally, the period of time for which a policy or bond is issued.
Temporary insurance agreement - A separate contract included with a life insurance application providing coverage to eligible proposed insureds during underwriting, which ends when the application is issued or declined.
Testimony - Any statement made by a witness under oath in a legal proceeding.
Third party (under a liability insurance policy) - A person, not a party to the insurance contract, who has an alleged or actual claim for injury or damage against the person insured under the policy.
Tort Reform - Legislation intended to reduce liability costs by placing limits or "caps" on punitive damages that may be won for personal injuries and also by modifying liability rules.
Term insurance - A type of life insurance policy that provides protection for a specified time period; most do not have cash value.