There was nothing clueless about him saying that he liked to fire insurance providers whose service he deemed unsatisfactory.
All the fire insurance companies would pay just one-half, and leave you the ashes for the balance.
Diamond merchant has his fire insurance, though, the same as others.
This risk is one to which fire insurance companies take exception.
Why is it that the mortgagee, and not the owner, holds the fire insurance policy?
Term insurance, like fire insurance, buys protection—and nothing else.
The Sun Insurance Company was incorporated for fire insurance in 1711.
The shareholders of an Ontario fire insurance company voted its entire dividend of $50,000 to the Patriotic Fund.
The first fire insurance company (the Brooklyn) was contemporaneous with the first bank.
Now comes the fire insurance settlement and the interest on that wont be over seven hundred at the outside, will it?