Assessing the Types of Loss

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Insurance research can provide a glimpse into the vast category of insurance risk management. For every risk and insurance need, there are statistics to help risk insurance services provide appropriate coverage. You can use your insurance research to find the best risk insurance company for your needs. At the basic level, you should realize that risk can be divided into two very different categories. Acceptable losses deal with the risk and loss that occurs when you have no control in the situation. In fact, sometimes controlling these situations is next to impossible. Unacceptable losses refer to the situations and items that you would not normally pay for or finance. These are situations that you have to control all of the factors to avoid loss. Insurance research into acceptable losses may fall into the field of acts of nature or acts of God. These are the risks that we take knowing that we can try to alleviate issues, but we cannot control the circumstances. Unacceptable losses are those issues that have to be mitigated to prevent loss. For example, a medical device company cannot risk device failure so they will test and manage every step of the process to insure they do not face issues. Insurance research can provide historical data points that will help determine the cost of loss and the cost associated with insurance coverage. This allows both the insurance provider and their insurance researchers to provide a tolerable level of coverage within a tolerable cost structure. Depending on your industry and risk management needs, you may find direct insurance research that addresses your particular situation. If that is not the case, you will need to gather thorough documentation and your own insurance research related analysis as part of an initial request for coverage. When doing this, you need to keep in mind that there are times when your insurance research will find situations of acceptable and unacceptable losses and you will have to weigh your needs for these situations.

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