fully comprehensive car insurance

long-term, short-term
national, social, state
employer-provided (AmE)

Many people are covered by employer-provided health insurance.

personal, private
disability, health, health-care, medical
home, homeowner (AmE), house (esp. BrE), household (BrE)
auto (AmE), car, motor (BrE)
accident, fire, flood (esp. AmE)
legal-expenses (BrE), unemployment (esp. AmE), workers' compensation (AmE)
credit (esp. AmE)
liability, malpractice (AmE), professional-indemnity (BrE), public-liability (BrE), third-party
general, universal (esp. AmE)

universal health insurance

have, maintain

Do you have fully comprehensive insurance?

The company maintains liability insurance for its directors and officers. (formal)

lack (esp. AmE)

Millions of Americans lack adequate health insurance.

apply for
arrange (esp. BrE), buy, get, obtain, purchase, take out

The contract requires me to arrange my own insurance.

The travel agent recommended that I take out travel insurance.


I haven't paid the insurance yet this month.

claim, claim on (both esp. BrE)

She set fire to her house and then claimed insurance.

We claimed for the car repairs on the insurance.

offer (sb)
provide (sb with)
cover sb/sth, pay for sth

Does your personal accident insurance cover mountain rescue?

Millions of people in the US are not covered by health insurance.

The insurance will pay for the damage.

cover (BrE), coverage

insurance cover for bodily injury to third parties


a personal insurance policy

plan, programme/program, scheme (BrE), system

a compulsory health insurance system

a national insurance scheme

contribution (esp. BrE), payment, premium

a monthly insurance premium

Labour has increased national insurance contributions to pay for public services. (BrE)

costs, rates

rising insurance costs

benefits, money, payout

He bought a new suit out of the insurance money.

business, industry, market, sector
carrier (AmE), company, firm, fund, group, provider (esp. AmE)
adjuster (AmE)
agent, broker, salesman, underwriter
certificate (esp. BrE)
insurance against

More people are taking out insurance against the high cost of dental care.

insurance for

compulsory insurance for personal injury to employees

insurance on

The court heard that he stood to gain millions in insurance on his wife.

insurance with

Her insurance is with General Accident.

a certificate of insurance (esp. BrE)
a contract of insurance (BrE)
a period of insurance (BrE)

If you make more than two claims in any period of insurance you may lose your no-claims bonus.

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