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What is non-life insurance?

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Non-life insurance policies provide coverage to protect consumers against the risk of their insurance premiums. These types of policies are more common in European countries.

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Insurance premiums, such as those that cover someone's life, home or car, do carry some risk for the consumer. While it covers the majority of expenses, there is still a risk that a person will have to pay some money if the person does need to file a claim against the insurance policy. Non-life insurance provides additional protection against this risk.

Non-life insurance can also be used to protect financial investments. It can ensure that assets are safely covered for investors. There are a number of regulations and guidelines pertaining to non-life insurance terms, all of which vary based on the customer's specific situation.

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