The coroner is the person who is legally authorized by the government to determine the cause of death, when this is in doubt, or if there has been death which is not deemed to be due from normal illnesses. He or she does it by examining the evidence submitted including autopsy or post mortem reports, medical reports and statements from witnesses. The coroner is usually a magistrate or someone who possess legal qualification.

A financial measure of insurance underwriting profitability that expresses the total of claim costs, commission and expenses as a percentage of premiums. A COR below 100% indicates profitable underwriting. Companies with a COR over 100% can still be profitable if they earn sufficient investment income from the premiums paid by policyholders.

Notification to an insurance company of a call by a policyholder to the benefits due under the terms of an insurance policy or scheme.


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